join our integrated network
OUR APPROACH PRIORITIZES VALUE-BASED CARE AND POPULATION HEALTH
At Monument Health we take a different approach to health care. We bring together doctors, hospitals, and insurance companies at one table to put your patients at the center delivering more coordinated, integrated care.
Why join the Monument Health network?
BE PART OF A SOLUTION
DATA & ANALYTICS
GET AHEAD OF PAYMENT REFORM
Monument Health workflows and processes can help your practice with measurement reporting and organizational readiness for Federal merit-based incentive payment systems (MIPS) & alternate payment models (APMs).
What it takes to be a Monument Health Provider
- Data Sharing and IT Requirements
- Clinical Guidelines and Quality Measurement
- Operational Requirements
- Preparation and Commitment for Primary Care Providers
- What's Typically Required of Primary Care Practices
Providers must demonstrate inbound and outbound data connectivity with Quality Health Network (QHN).
Providers (whether primary care, specialists or hospital organizations) participate in clinical metric and guideline development and regularly report their performance.
Each provider organization is required to designate an “Administrative Champion” and a “Physician (or Clinician) Champion.” Champions attend meetings, often held on-site at the providers’ office or preferred facility. Champions also disseminate reports, analytics tools, and key messages to their internal colleagues and teams and are accountable for the group’s performance.
Monument Health wants all individuals enrolled in its health plan products to establish a relationship with a primary care provider.
A growing body of scientific evidence shows that a primary-care based medical home saves money by reducing hospital and emergency department visits, reducing health disparities and improving patient outcomes.
Complete three Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) Practice Transformation courses
Demonstrate equivalency through a formal assessment
Participate successfully in the Federal Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program for one year or longer
Achieve NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) designation (or be in “pending” status)