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April 2nd, 2018 | Clinical ConnectionsNetwork NewsNews

Please welcome the following individuals and practices into the AHP network: Margaret Callahan MD – pediatrics – Panorama Pediatric Group* Patrick Costa MD, PhD – family medicine – Trillium Health* Peak Performance Physical Therapy Specialty Physical Therapy *indicates practice is already a member of AHP

April 2nd, 2018 | Network NewsNews

Over the past year our Behavioral Health Integration Team, led by Dr. Tziporah Rosenberg, has delivered educational programming twice a month to our community primary care Care Managers. The training Dr. Rosenberg delivers is centered on behavioral health activation, focused cognitive health interventions and problem-solving therapy to employ when they are working with patients around…

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March 28th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

Providers were first notified in December 2017 of AHP’s fee-for-service contract with Fidelis Care of New York that offered enhanced rates to AHP providers, both primary care and specialists. We are pleased that many practices have opted to enroll in the contract, however there has been a delay in implementation with this payer. If you…

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March 28th, 2018 | Arcadia ConnectionsNetwork NewsNews

The Arcadia Connection is a recurring feature in Network News that keeps you up to date with news about the Arcadia Analytics Dashboard and connects you with information about workflow improvements and best practices that improve measure performance.  This issue of Arcadia Connection concerns custom reports and 2018 Measures. Custom Reports Arcadia has a feature…

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March 28th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

Keeping AHP up-to-date about your pactice’s information has never been more important than now. Whether it’s to help patients find the correct phone number for your office on AHP’s online directory or to ensure that claims process correctly for patients covered by a health plan that has AHP as the tier one network, AHP needs…

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March 28th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

AHP is excited to welcome Sam Baron to the team in the role of data coordinator. Sam recently graduated from D’youville College with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Service Management. Sam will be supporting the care management team with centralized data support and also work with some of our community practices to assist with population…

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March 28th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

Recently approved for participation, these physicians and practices join their colleagues in a network dedicated to transforming for the better delivery of health care in our community: Margaret Callahan MD – pediatrics – Panorama Pediatric Group Patrick Costa MD, PhD – family medicine – Trillium Health Peak Performance Physical Therapy Specialty Physical Therapy

March 5th, 2018 | Network NewsNewsPharmacy Pearls

Opportunity to offer a less expensive generic maintenance inhaler to patients: The first generic ICS/LABA inhaler, fluticasone/salmeterol RespiClick®, was FDA approved in 2017. Current review of inhaler prescribing suggests the potential to realize a minimum of $900,000 savings across the network in 2018 by switching 25% of brand ICS/LABA inhalers to the generic product. Additionally,…

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February 27th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

AHP’s Spring Clinical Grand Rounds is scheduled for March 29, 2018. The event will be held at the UR Alumni and Advancement Center, with registration from 5-5:30pm, presentations from 5:30-7:00pm, and networking directly following. The presentations for this Grand Rounds will focus on pediatric initiatives, new Vitamin D guidelines, important pharmacy updates and our Back…

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February 27th, 2018 | Network NewsNews

AHP will be distributing clinical integration payments for the fourth quarter of 2017 to contract-participating, community PCPs in March. Based on a provider’s member attribution under an AHP gain sharing contract, these payments are provided to support provider efforts to advance AHP’s clinical integration initiatives. Checks are scheduled to be mailed in mid to late…

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