New Mexico Primary Care Alternative Payment Model Provider Readiness Assessment
Examines facilitators and barriers related to primary care stakeholders' readiness to implement an alternative payment model (APM) in New Mexico. Analyzes 2022 survey and focus group data from providers to gain feedback from Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), small- and medium-sized practices, hospitals, and interprofessional teams. Discusses issues such as care delivery, health information technology (HIT), financial and organizational readiness, and more, with information specific to small and rural facilities.
Health Management Associates, New Mexico Human Services Department
Federally Qualified Health Centers · Health information technology · Hospitals · Primary care · Reimbursement and payment models · Service delivery models · Statistics and data · New Mexico