For Providers

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The Innovative Health Alliance of New York (IHANY) is a physician-led effort that invites and encourages physicians practicing in our area to get involved and join us in these important efforts. In order to be successful in health care today, and especially tomorrow, we need to work collaboratively in new ways. Clinical integration programs to improve the health of the communities we serve will be pivotal in improving quality, access and coordination of care, while also making health care more efficient and cost-effective. Clinical integration will allow providers and health systems to collaborate to assume risks and to share in savings as health care’s payment landscape evolves.

Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC) Codes

Clinical Condition Documentation (CCD) focuses on the complete and accurate documentation of our patients’ current and chronic conditions, including assignment of the most specific Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC) codes. All HCCs must be documented and coded at least once per year. To establish the presence of a diagnosis during an encounter, providers should validate each diagnosis via MEAT, which represents Monitor, Evaluate, Assess, Treat.

View HCC Provider Education

Telehealth Guidance

Trinity Health offers three guidance resources around the practice of telehealth visits for pediatrics, adult primary care, and OB/GYN. These resources provide information regarding the most appropriate setting for visits, be it by telehealth or office.

These documents are intended for operational and clinical individuals who work with pediatric, adult primary care, and OB/GYN patients, and is being shared for informational purposes only. Providers should use clinical judgment to determine if a patient requires a telehealth or in office visit.

COVID-19 Recovery Guidebook for Resuming Services

COVID-19 has and will continue to cause a change in workflows and processes as we all learn to serve both the COVID-19 positive or potentially positive populations. Trinity Health and the Innovative Health Alliance of New York (IHANY) want to work with you as we all move toward a new way of caring for our community. To help make things a little easier for you, Trinity Health and IHANY are sharing with you the “COVID-19 Recovery Guidebook for Resuming Services.”

This guidance is based on information from many sources, such as the CDC and MGMA, and represents the best thinking of our clinical leadership. Some of the concepts included here will be relevant and operational for you, but others, derived from guidance provided for the physicians and practices employed by Trinity Health, may not be. You will also see links to several templates and scripts that may be customized for your use. We are sharing this as a resource to assist your practice, but this information does not replace guidance from your own advisors.

Are you interested in learning more about, or becoming a member of, Innovative Health Alliance of New York? We look forward to hearing from you.

For more information, email IHANY.