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Ambulatory Care Redesign challenges our thinking around traditional provider roles in order to increase efficiencies and provide patient-centered primary care  for each patient in the right place and at the right time.

Under the Affordable Care Act, our primary care providers see more patients with an increased demand for services. To meet this growing demand, SNI consults with California’s public health care systems to become more efficient, effective and better coordinated systems of care. By distributing responsibilities across the care team, our members can maximize a teams’ ability to meet patient needs and while increasing efficiencies in Ambulatory Care settings.

Transformation will require building the data capacity to support alternate modes of care delivery, build robust disease registries and make data available to care teams in real time.

SNI conducts in-person and virtual meetings with our members and provides a repository of resources to help with this journey and assist with engaging all levels of their teams to work in a collaborative, coordinated fashion. We are here to help streamline their in-person and virtual communications at all levels. The results: enhanced care, shared accountabilities and more engaged patients.

SNI is helping our members implement the Medi-Cal 2020 waiver and its pay-for-performance Public hospital Redesign and Incentives in Medi-Cal (PRIME) program. Ambulatory Care Redesign is the focal point of two required PRIME projects, aimed at applying these ideas to both primary and specialty care.

To find out more about how the Medi-Cal 2020 Waiver supports Ambulatory Care Redesign, download our Issue Brief on the waiver.

For Members: To learn more about our Ambulatory Care Redesign work, join or log in to SNI Link, or visit the contact us page.