As executive director of clinical innovation and technology for Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY), Ryann Vernetson drives best practices and clinical innovation through SAFY’s seven states while identifying technological solutions
Some 110 community and clinical partners, as well as leaders of hospitals, behavioral health and government organizations, convened May 7 for the semi-annual Accountable Health Communities Model (AHCM) meeting in Grand Junction.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced five new programs to advanced value- and outcomes-based care, built on a foundation of CPC+ and other primary care-centric payment initiatives. The Primary Cares Initiative will launch in January 2020.
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