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Health Care Delivery System Demonstrations
In 2008 Minnesota passed health care legislation to improve affordability, expand coverage and improve the overall health of Minnesotans. In addition, the 2010 Legislature mandated the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) to develop and implement a demonstration testing alternative and innovative health care delivery systems, including accountable care organizations.
DHS will contract with delivery systems as voluntary demonstration sites that will be paid under alternative arrangements. Demonstration sites will include Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) fee-for-service recipients and managed care enrollees and support a robust primary care model and improve care coordination (e.g. health care homes) for recipients.
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Request for proposals (RFP)
In addition to the RFP, potential responders were told to review the proposed design features and implementation plan (PDF).
Request for information (RFI)
The RFI issued in April began the process of defining the demonstration by soliciting comments from interested stakeholders. Each topic area of the RFI represents a major operational component of the demonstration. Comments were used to identify areas of concern and form the shape of the demonstration.
Responses to RFI
MS 62U.02 Payment Restructuring; Quality Incentive Payments
MS 62U.04 Payment Reform; health care Costs; Quality Outcomes
MS 62U.05 Coordination; Legislative Oversight
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