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Audience: CCO transformation staff, quality staff and subject area leads depending on webinar topic.
Practical application of REALD and SOGI data in TQS; walk through TQS examples and hold time for questions and discussion. This is a follow-up to the webinar on November 29.
This webinar describes components of a SMARTIE goal; explains why SMARTIE goals are useful for shaping CCO deliverables such as Transformation and Quality Strategies (TQS), Community Health Improvement Plans (CHPs), and Supporting Health for All through Reinvestment (SHARE) Initiative spending plans; suggests steps for collaboratively designing SMARTIE goals; and shares one CCO's experience in designing and using SMARTIE goals to guide its CHP.
OHA staff discuss requirements for using race, ethnicity, language and disability (REALD) data and sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data in TQS projects that use member-level data.
OHA subject matter experts for the TQS special health care needs components clarify requirements, provide examples and answer CCO questions.
OHA subject matter experts for the severe and peristent mental illness TQS component clarify requirements, provide examples, and answer CCO questions.
OHA subject matter experts on the TQS utilization review component and the Medicaid Effiency and Performance Program (MEPP) clarify reporting requirements, provide examples, and answer CCO questions.
During this webinar for CCOs, OHA staff:
A deeper dive on the Health Equity (Cultural Responsiveness and Data) and CLAS Standards components of the TQS, with plenty of time to ask questions. OHA staff will discuss expectations, rationale and scoring criteria specific to these components and provide examples.
A deeper dive on the SDOH-E component of the TQS. OHA staff will discuss expectations, rationale and scoring criteria specific to this component, provide examples and answer questions.
CCO staff are invited to join by webinar or conference line to ask questions about developing and submitting their CCO’s TQS. CCO staff may join the office hours at any point during the scheduled time. The office hours will not be recorded, but the online FAQ document will be updated after each call, as needed.
Join any time during this open office hour session with OHA TQS leads. Come with questions about 2023 TQS requirements and your CCO's projects, or just listen in.
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