Member Roundtable: Driving Market Change Through Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

Thank you to all who were able to join us on Tuesday, September 20 to learn from Civitas member, California Quality Collaborative (CQC) in the third instance of our multi-stakeholder collaboration roundtable series.

During this event, Lindsay Petersen, Senior Director at CQC, presented on their collaborative initiative to advance primary care in California. They just culminated the latest phase of this work focused on multi-payer alignment and commitments to work together through 2025 to further transparency, value-based payment, overall investment and practice transformation. Six of the biggest commercial health plans voluntarily agreed to the commitments to scale Advanced Primary Care (APC) in the state, which means tremendous change for the state’s delivery system. While this is the first voluntary agreement by multiple health plans for APC in the nation, CQC adapted a collaborative model by the Washington Health Care Authority. There is potential for this to be a model for other states and regional healthcare improvement organizations to drive the upstream system change that makes technical assistance and improvement work more effective and sustainable.

In case you missed this fantastic event, the presentation slides and recording are now available.

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