SNI provides California’s public health care systems with expert-led program offerings, hands-on technical assistance, and peer-learning opportunities, while working hand-in-hand with CAPH.
SNI supports members’ efforts to meet ambitious value-based targets and understand the financial and operational implications necessary to succeed in these new payment arrangements, now and into the future. Learn more.
Ambulatory Care Redesign
To support system transformation, SNI’s hosts in-person meetings and webinars to help members strengthen three primary care building blocks: empanelment, team-based care, and population management. Learn more.
Data Driven Organizations
SNI continues to strengthen the data analytics capacity among public health care systems through its Data for Improvement program, which uses PRIME reporting as an actionable case study and focuses on four key areas: data quality, performance measurement, analysis of data, and acting on results. Learn more.
Global Payment Program Support
SNI supports California’s public health care systems’ efforts to improve the tracking and reporting of services, strengthen primary and preventive care, and increase the provision of non-traditional services. Learn more.
To ensure members have the support needed to meet key reporting deadlines, SNI provides timely, responsive hands-on support to PRIME leads and their teams at California’s public health care systems through one-on-one targeted technical assistance and the publication of in-depth guides and manuals. Learn more.
Whole Person Care Support
SNI works with Whole Person Care sites to improve care for the state’s highest-needs patients by breaking data-sharing barriers, leveraging community health workers and peer navigators, and delivering care outside clinic walls to address patients social needs alongside medical care. Learn more.
Waiver Integration Teams
Waiver Integration Teams (WITs) are core groups of leaders at each of the public health care systems that are responsible for strategic and operational oversight of the waiver programs and broader delivery system reform efforts. Learn more.