Arkansas Center for Health Improvement

Arkansas Health Care Payment Improvement Initiative Statewide Tracking Report

ACHI is currently working with the state’s Medicaid department, commercial carriers and self-insured employers to develop and disseminate a series of annual Statewide Tracking Reports on Arkansas’s Health Care Payment Improvement Initiative (AHCPII). Supported by funding from Walmart, the second annual Statewide Tracking Report was released in January 2016 and includes cross-payer summary information about the progress of AHCPII.

Arkansas has become a national leader in health system payment improvement efforts. The Statewide Tracking Report is designed to capture the impact of these efforts in a public, cross-institutional format. The explicit goal of the Statewide Tracking Reports is to demonstrate to a range of stakeholders the overall progress of AHCPII including successes and any unintended consequences of the initiative. The tracking reports include information about AHCPII interventions including the episodes of care model, patient-centered medical homes (PCMH), and other components. ACHI will continue to serve in a convening role by working with all participating payers to gather and refine analytic content into one consolidated report. The next annual Statewide Tracking Reports is scheduled for release in January of 2017.


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Arkansas Center for Health Improvement
1401 West Capitol
Suite 300 (Victory Building)
Little Rock, AR 72201