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No-cost, grant-subsidized assistance provided to eligible Indiana healthcare providers and organizations is listed below. Former programs are found here. We also can assist you through fee-based services.

CMS Primary Care Advance

The CMS Primary Care Advance Alternative Payment Opportunity is a CMS Global and Professional Direct Contracting (GPDC) Model option that provides PCPs in Indiana with important financial, reporting, resource, and technology benefits.

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QPP Resource Center Indiana

Multi-year program that provides approximately 2,900 Indiana clinicians with remote services ― including educational webinars, a help desk and a resource library ― to improve their MIPS metrics.

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Indiana Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Program

Provides remote and on-site services to up to 175 Indiana-based, ambulatory organizations that are eligible to participate in the program due to the number of Medicaid encounters they bill.

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Lean Healthcare Transformation Initiative

Program that works with Indiana Critical Access Hospitals, Rural Hospitals, and Behavioral Health Organizations to build internal capacity for improvement management by training staff to effectively deploy improvement events and analyze value streams.

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Empowered Communities Initiative

Program to help an Indiana community reduce prescription opioid use and increase patient access to addiction treatment and recovery services.

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Quality Processes for Health Improvement

Multi-year initiative to re-engineer an Indiana hospital’s chronic disease management of patients diagnosed with heart failure.

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Grant Partners

State and Government Partners

Research Partners

Association Partners

Service Partners

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