Requests for replacement letters and certificates from the NYSPMA office will incur a $10 administration fee per document. Please note we only hold copies for 4 years, including the current year. For example, in 2016 we will not have copies for years before 2013. Click here to download a request form and fax it to 646-672-9344 to the attention of Nora Saari. Requests will take 5-7 business days to be fulfilled. Requests will not be taken over the phone.
2017 CECH LETTER: NY17 attendees will receive a survey linked to their CECH letters no later than March 1, 2017. Members who attended for free or at a discounted member rate will be required to be in good standing (up to date in dues payments) at that time in order for their CECH letter to be released. If you have any questions regarding dues payments, please call 646-525-4888 or email email@example.com.
Missing Credits on Your 2017 CECH Letter? Click here to download the Missed Scan Form. Please read the instructions carefully before filling it out; note: only list lectures you attended but did not scan for and explain why you did not get scanned. Forms must be submitted to the email address in the document no later than 3/27 to be considered.
The State of New York (the State) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reached agreement on a groundbreaking waiver that allows the State to invest eight billion dollars for comprehensive Medicaid delivery and payment reform through a Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program. The DSRIP program promotes community-level collaborations and aims to reduce avoidable hospital use by 25 percent over five years while financially stabilizing the State’s safety net.
APMA partnered with attorneys at Ober | Kaler to create a Corporate Compliance Manual for APMA members.
Harry Goldsmith, DPM, speaks about ICD-10: general information, how to prepare for implementation, and resources provided by APMA.
This page provides informed consent tips for podiatrists. It also includes a sample informed consent form.
NYSPMA is pleased to offer the NYSPMA Legal Resource Manual for Members.pdf as an exclusive benefit to our Membership. Please click the link to view the document; to download a copy and navigate the links, press Ctrl+S or choose download from beneath the File menu. This document is not for distribution and neither it nor the link should be provided to any other party.
This document describes methods for calculating the quality performance benchmarks for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) that are participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (Shared Savings Program) and presents the benchmarks for the 33 quality measures for the 2014 and 2015 quality reporting years. This document also reviews the quality performance thresholds and scoring, as described in the Shared Savings Program regulations.
NYSPMA has long maintained that podiatry is well positioned to partner with primary care to provide prevention and screening services to prevent disease, improve outcomes and lower healthcare costs. Healthcare delivery is being increasingly evaluated by clinical practice measurements. One such measurement is called a HEDIS measurement.
APMA has compiled the following resources to keep you up to date with PQRS and meaningful use.
The New York State Department of Health’s Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP) promotes a Triple Aim –better care, better population health and lower health care costs –by selecting regional contractors to provide a neutral forum for identifying, sharing, disseminating and helping implement best practices and strategies to promote population health and reduce health care disparities in their respective regions.
With support from the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth), HealtheConnections Health Planning undertook a planning project to assess the feasibility of making a statewide health care provider database a reality. Such a database could be instrumental in ensuring the best use of resources to achieve the maximum impact on reducing costs and improving service delivery throughout the State.
The database is envisioned to incorporate all licensed New York State health care providers (approximately 100,000–120,000 individuals), offer information that is modifiable and validated, and give users the ability to provide real-time feedback on accuracy of the information.