Focus Area: American Indian Health
Project Term: 24 months, Nov 1, 2015 – Oct 31, 2017
Grant Amount: $50,000
Southwestern MontanaRural Accountable Care
This grant will support the participation of Barrett Hospital in Montana’s first Rural Accountable Care Organization (RACO). Barrett Hospital and HealthCare will join a consortium of regional Critical Access Hospitals being formed to create a RACO among 12 hospitals in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming that will collectively serve a group of more than 9,000 Medicare patients. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will track healthcare spending and measure the quality of care that is provided to these patients. Participating hospitals will have improved access to data to help measure costs, assess quality and safety.
The Montana Healthcare Foundation makes strategic investments to improve the health and well-being of all Montanans. MHCF contributes to a measurably healthier state by supporting access to quality and affordable health services, conducting evidence-driven research and analysis, and addressing the upstream influences on health and illness.
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