The MACRA Playbook: Kentucky


How is MACRA playing out in regions throughout the country? And what emerging practices might be applicable to your community? 

Our next big event – The MACRA Playbook: Kentucky – is in Louisville on September 1. Kentuckiana Health Collaborative is convening employers, providers, plans and consumers to discuss MACRA within a regional lens. Elizabeth Mitchell (NRHI), Sanne Magnan (formerly with ICSI) and Dr. Mai Pham (CMS) will speak at the event. For more information and to register visit the Kentuckiana Healthcare Collaborative.

View the agenda.

We will keep you posted on our websites, nrhi.org and healthdoers.org as in-person and virtual events continue to roll out. For more information on events and the MACRA Playbook, contact Dianne Hasselman at dhasselman@nrhi.org.


MACRA 201

The MACRA 201 Series is designed as a next step up from the 101 MACRA session hosted in May 2016. For each of the 5 key areas that we set forth, APMs/MIPs, Data Sharing, Measures and Measurement, New Care Models, and Technical Assistance, the series will offer a focused conversation that gets a bit deeper and more actionable.


On Thursday, July 28th, NRHI hosted “MACRA 201”, a HealthDoers collaborative learning event with a focus on Data Sharing. David Kendrick (MD, MPH) of MyHealth Access Network, a leader in the field, anchored an interactive discussion that delved into critical ways in which data sharing will facilitate MACRA implementation–or, if not harnessed properly, could impede it. Participants took away practical tools and insights into their work as well as a heightened awareness of unknowns that need ongoing attention. You can watch the discussion by clicking the video to the right.

Voices from the Field


During the July 2016 MACRA Peer to Peer Seminar, NRHI talked with different stakeholders about where they and their organizations are in terms of understanding and implementing MACRA, and what they would find most helpful if they could ask anything of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

“Voices From the Field” offers, in their own words, valuable insights and a snapshot of where different regions stand with the new rules.

Check out all the videos and stories here


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