The New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) and the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute have entered into a partnership to help doctors and other providers prepare for far-reaching changes in health care delivery and payment. The Quality Institute and NJII are working to provide New Jersey doctors and other providers with the tools and strategies they need as Medicare moves away from fee-for-service payments and toward value-based care under MACRA.

The Quality Institute will support NJII’s work as one of the nation’s 29 Practice Transformation Networks, which are part of Medicare’s Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative — one of the largest federal investments to support doctors and other providers in all 50 states through collaborative and peer-based learning networks. The initiative aims to improve health care quality while reducing costs.

To request a member engagement meeting and find out how to get involved in the Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative contact: Tyla Housman at 609-452-5980 or thousman@njhcqi.org.

If you are a physician, nurse or physician assistant that sees patients outside of the hospital and are not currently part of a Medicare value-based program like CPC or MSSP you are eligible for the FREE services offered by the Federally Funded Garden Practice Transformation Network. Click here to enroll today.

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