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The Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) and the Delaware Health Care Commission (DHCC) has been charged with developing a pathway to affordable healthcare for all Delawareans. In an effort to increase access to care, The Commission is offering one time funding to help medical practices, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Behavioral Health practices, Accountable Care Organizations (as defined by Medicare MSSP), hospitals and clinically integrated networks grow their capacity to integrate data, improve the coordination of patient care and increase their readiness to integrate into a total cost of care or other Alternative Payment Model (AMP).
You and/or the organization you work has identified your practice as qualificed, please leverage the funds we are offering through the State Innovation Model (SIM) grant. We strongly encourage collaboration/partnership between providers who, without these funds, cannot complete their proposed project(s).
Applications are due no later than August 30, 2018. Should you leverage this opportunity; applications will be evaluated and considered as they are received. The DHSS and DHCC are prepared to award up to 10 applicants in amounts ranging from $25,000 through $250,000.
Please provide the following to be considered for funding:
DHSS/DHCC will hold a question and answer session via conference call on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 2:00 PM (see call-in information below). Please submit final applications and/or questions by email to DHCC@delaware.gov
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