Integrated Delivery System (IDS) – Project 2.a.i


To create an integrated, collaborative and accountable service delivery system that incorporates the full continuum of care, getting rid of service fragmentation while increasing the ability to align provider incentives. With the formation of an integrated delivery system that is community-based instead of institutionally-based, and incorporates the full continuum of patient care needs including medical, behavioral, long term care, post-acute and social. In this new system, avoidable hospital activity will be defined by potentially preventable admissions and readmissions that can be addressed early with the right services and interventions.

Care Compass Network’s Goals

  • To give providers the ability to share information across platforms between multi-discipline providers.
  • To provide comprehensive care to the Medicaid members and the community.

Who is Eligible to Participate in the Project?

Any Hospital, Primary Care Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), Behavioral Health/ Substance Use Clinics, Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Hospice or Community-based Organizations that provides a service(s) to Medicaid members or who are willing to expand services to Medicaid members within Care Compass Network’s nine-county region.

Latest News & Updates

Care Compass Network Supports Partner Organizations Through IT Funding Opportunities – August 24, 2017

Care Compass Network (CCN) can help support partner organizations through approved IT funding opportunities. Currently, programs are in place to assist partners with new implementations of EMR/ EHR systems and to provide funding to accommodate […] Read More

Care Compass Network Announces EHR Incentive Program – March 23, 2017

An electronic health record (EHR) or electronic medical record (EMR) is the means by which patient health information is stored and shared digitally. More and more health systems and provider practices are moving in this direction if they haven’t done so already. […] Read More