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The Maryland Model Analytics project set out to evaluate specific aspects of the Maryland Total Cost of Care (TCOC) model and care transformation efforts. CRISP contracted with multiple vendors and stakeholders to address those investigative analysis questions regarding aspects of care redesign, potential best practices, and areas of improvement for future consideration. Please click on the dates below to register for your chosen sessions
A comprehensive learning system facilitates the dissemination and adoption of best practices to enhance knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Among some core responsibilities, the learning system will:
Maryland offers hospitals a number of voluntary programs to advance the goals of the TCOC Model.
CRISP provides administrative support for hospitals participating in these Maryland programs as applicable. The core functions of CRISP’s program administrative support are:
Under the Total Cost of Care (TCOC) Model, Maryland is expected to progressively transform care delivery across the health care system with the objectives of improving health and quality of care. At the same time, state growth in Medicare spending must be maintained lower than the national growth rate. The TCOC Model encourages continued care redesign and provides new tools and resources for providers to better meet the needs of patients and help Marylanders achieve better health status overall. CRISP provides administrative support for hospitals participating in Maryland Programs under the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) and the Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC).