New York City Health & Hospitals Report.
New York City Health & Hospitals Report Health + Hospitals (NYCHHC) is the nation’s largest public health care delivery system. NYCHHC is an integrated network of hospitals, trauma centers, neighborhood health centers, nursing homes, and post-acute care centers. NYCHHC is a home care agency and a health plan, MetroPlus. The health system provides essential services to more than 1.4 million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 patient care locations and in their homes.
NYCHHC’s 11 acute care hospitals provide top-ranked trauma care, dozens of inpatient specialties, and mental health services, making communities healthy through a robust network of hospital-based primary care services for children and adults. Gotham Health is NYCHHC’s network of Federally Qualified Health Center clinics across the five boroughs that offers patient-centered primary and preventive care services for the entire family and is focused on meeting community health needs.
NYC Health + Hospitals/At Home, a certified home health agency, offers expert services in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. NYCHHC’s health plan, MetroPlus, offers low to no-cost health insurance to eligible people living in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx. MetroPlus is the health plan of choice for more than 500,000 New Yorkers including many New York City government employees.
OneCity Health is the NYC Health + Hospitals-sponsored Performing Provider System (PPS) – the organization’s population health efforts, is designed to reduce avoidable and unnecessary hospital stays. As the largest PPS in New York City, OneCity Health comprises hundreds of health care providers and community-based organizations who work together to keep communities healthy.
Working with an Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) has evolved over the years with accounts becoming larger, although fewer in number. Medical device and pharmaceutical sales reps no longer sell directly to pharmacists or physicians as business operations and profit have become as, if not more, important than clinical decisions.
Working successfully with IDNs is dependent upon knowing and understanding which, and how many, types of site of care and decision-makers there are in the organization. This will not include hospitals but also medical groups, long-term care, outpatient centers and clinics, specialty pharmacy, and strategy for bundled payments and population health.
AMI’s June 2018 report on New York City Health & Hospitals identifies:
- The organization’s sites of care and decision-makers.
- Hospital locations and number of beds.
- Medical Groups, ACOs and decision-makers.
- Population health and bundled payment activities.
- Financial and Statistical information.
- Recent Activities.
The report’s Table of Contents:
- Executives – pg. 4
- Background – pg. 4
- Hospitals – pg. 5
- Long-term Care – pg. 5
- Medical Groups – pg. 6
- Accountable Care Organizations – pgs. 6-7
- Health Plan – pg. 8
- Bundled Payments/Population Health – pgs. 9-11
- Financial/Statistical Information – pg. 12
- Recent Activities – pgs. 13-14
- Sources – pg. 15