With data now available from the first three quarters of DSRIP, most Performing Provider Systems appear on track to collect the lion’s share of their first-year awards. Among the 25 PPSs, 12 were awarded all of their achievement values, or AVs. The worst-performing PPS, Advocate Community Providers, was on track to earn 93% of its AVs, according to an analysis from COPE Health Solutions, a consulting firm. Achievement values are a group of metrics used to grade the PPSs to determine their DSRIP payments. While the third-quarter report does not dictate payouts, it acts as a sort of progress report ahead of the full-year reports, which do affect awards, and are scheduled to be published July 6. Where the networks more commonly struggled was in the speed and scale portion of scoring, with 12 PPSs missing at least one AV in that area. Montefiore’s Hudson Valley Collaborative, for instance, was on track to earn only one of seven available AVs related to speed and scale. Those were the only AVs it missed, earning 167 of 173 AVs, or 97%. Some PPSs, including NYC Health + Hospitals’ OneCity Health, did not specify such incremental speed-and-scale target goals. That PPS received all 167 AVs available.
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