Health Care Seminar: DSRIP - An Overview and Legal Implications for Non-Lead Providers
October 7, 2014
By: Tracy E. Miller
Who Should Attend
Administrators, Chief Financial Officers, In-House Counsel, Chief Medical Officers, Chief Nursing Officers, Chief Quality Officers, Compliance Officers, Risk Management, Human Resources Staff
Regina S. McGraw and Tracy E. Miller
$30 per person
11:30 a.m. - Noon: Registration and Lunch
Noon - 1:15 p.m.: Program
Lunch is included and will be served from 11:30 a.m. to Noon.
Over the next five years, New York State will provide $6.42 billion in funding grants to health care providers through the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program. With a core goal of reducing avoidable hospitalizations by 25%, DSRIP will fundamentally restructure the health care delivery system in New York State, with implications for all health care providers. While some providers will be the lead entities in forming Performing Provider Systems (PPSs) in their regions, non-lead entities (hospitals, home care, long-term care, OPWDD providers, clinics and physician practices, among others) will play a key role in PPS organizations. Just as important, PPS participation has significant legal, financial, operations, and clinical implications for all participating providers.
In the overview we will review, among other things:
- DSRIP objectives and requirements
- Timelines, projects and domains
- Major legal issues facing DSRIP participants
- Financial, operations and clinical issues posed by PPS participation
- The role of organized labor
Legal issues we will talk about will include:
- Collaboration, anti-trust and Certificate of Public Advantage (COPA)
- PPS Governance: Structures, representation and participation
- Requirements for PPS budget planning, funding allocations and sanctions for poor performing providers
- Incentives for coordinating care and reducing preventable hospital admissions
- Fraud and abuse issues posed by network referral, affiliation agreements and pay-for-performance
- Data sharing, HIPAA and credentialing
This program will be conducted live from Bond's Syracuse office and transmitted simultaneously via a videoconference network connecting our offices in Eastern and Western New York, New York City and on Long Island. Bond’s technology allows real time interaction between the attendees in our offices and the speaker(s).
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Seating is limited. Early registration is recommended.
This seminar series is intended for the invited guests of Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC, who reserves the right to deny admission to any applicant.