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CCACO Press Conference - MSSP Shared Savings

  The Chinese Community Accountable Care Organization (CCACO) would like to invite you to a press conference on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 to announce that it has earned $4.3 million in shared savings through the Medicare Shared Savings Program. CCACO ranks second among all 35 New York State accountable care organizations (ACOs), and in the top 5% of all ACOs nationwide, for percentage of expenditures saved in 2015.


  Please go to our Events tabs for more information regarding the location and time of the press conference.


  Dr. Henry S. Chen, Chief Executive Officer of CCACO; Dana Zhu, Chief Operating Officer of CCACO; Dr. Hanbin Zheng, Vice President of CCACO, and other members of the CCACO Board of Directors and general membership will be available for interviews.

CCACO Earns $4.3 Million in Shared Savings

      CCACO: Medicare Shared Savings Program Performance Year 2015 Quality and Financial Results.

     Thanks to everyone’s hard work, including the CCACO participating providers and their office staff, our administrative team and our ACO IT platform, MDLand, CCACO has completely reported 100% of the required quality measures for 2015, prior to the March 11 deadline.


In 2015, Medicare Accountable Care Organizations had combined total program savings of $466 million, which includes all Accountable Care Organizations’ experiences, for 392 Medicare Shared Savings Program participants and 12 Pioneer Accountable Care Organization Model participants. The results show that more Accountable Care Organizations shared savings in 2015 compared to 2014, and those with more experience tend to perform better over time.


    Medicare ACOs are groups of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers, who come together voluntarily to provide coordinated high quality care to their Medicare patients. The goal of coordinated care is to ensure that patients, especially the chronically ill, get the right care at the right time, while avoiding unnecessary duplication of services and preventing medical errors. When an ACO exceeds quality and financial thresholds – demonstrating achievement of high-quality care and wiser spending of health care dollars – it is able to share in the savings generated for Medicare. CCACO is one of the ACOs that shared savings. Nationwide, CCACO ranked in the top 5% of all 392 ACOs nationwide for percentage of expenditures saved over benchmark, saving 11.02% ($10.3 million) over its benchmark and earning a shared savings payment of $4.3 million. Out of the 35 ACOs with beneficiaries in New York State, only eight earned shared savings. CCACO ranked second among all New York State ACOs.


     We are deeply proud to be sharing this news with you and thank you for the hard work and dedication you have put in to make this achievement possible.

CCACO Successfully Completed the 2015 CMS Quality Measures Reporting

      We are pleased to announce that we have successfully completed the 2015 CMS Quality Measures Reporting.

     Thanks to everyone’s hard work, including the CCACO participating providers and their office staff, our administrative team and our ACO IT platform, MDLand, CCACO has completely reported 100% of the required quality measures for 2015, prior to the March 11 deadline.


     Congratulations to all! Congratulations to all! The reporting period was open for 8 weeks, from January 18, 2016 to March 11, 2016, during which CCACO reported data on over 3,000 Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries. As a result of our successful reporting, CCACO will be eligible for shared savings, and eligible CCACO providers will avoid the 2015 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) penalties, and be eligible to receive quality incentive payments through the Value-Based Modifier initiative..


     CCACO physicians and their staff, as well as CCACO's administrative staff, in conjunction with MDLand, worked tirelessly on this project during the reporting period, demonstrating the great teamwork and commitment of this organization. We look forward to continuing to work together to achieve future successes and to improving patient care within the Chinese community.


     We would like to sincerely thank our membership for their cooperation and dedication in helping CCACO to successfully complete 100% of the CMS reporting requirement.

Be a Part of the Transformation...
Become a Patient Centered Medical Home
CCACO invites you to join the growing trend of practices across the country and transform your practice to become an NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). PCMH is a PCP-centered primary care and transformation model aimed at providing coordinated care among healthcare providers. PCMH also aligns with the Three Part Aim of an accountable care organization (ACO) - improving the patient experience, providing coordinated care and decreasing costs. Applicants must submit documentation satisfying the PCMH requirements of enhanced access, population management, planned and coordinated care, patient self-care support, and quality improvement.

Level II and Level III Recognized practices will receive significant financial incentives. Please see the chart below for details.
Recognition Level Medicaid Managed Care (PMPM) Medicaid Fee for Service
Level I (35-59 pts) $0 $0
Level II (60-84 pts) $6 $20.50
Level III (85-100 pts) $8 $29.00

Click here for more information about the PCMH program from the New York State Department of Health.

If you are interested in becoming a Patient Centered Medical Home, please contact Dana Zhu at or 212-965-0222.
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