Pay for Performance Trends - Bridges to Excellence in Minnesota. MNACHC Annual Conference October 13, 2006. Who is the Buyers Health Care Action Group?.
MNACHC Annual Conference
October 13, 2006
The Buyers Health Care Action Group is a coalition of public and private employers working torecreate the health care systemso consumers will get the care they needin theright place, at theright timeand attheright price. We develop purchaser strategies and seek out consumer information tools that promote asafe, timely, efficient, effective, equitable and patient-centered health care system.
Allina Hospitals Minnesota
Resource Training and Solutions
University of Minnesota
Land O’ Lakes
Merck & Co.
Wells FargoBHCAG Members
e-prescribing, performance reporting, use of information technology
NCQA Measure set Results
Providers and health plans develop consensus on evidence based guidelines, relevant measures, and provide implementation support
Aggregate payer data, review physician performance according to ICSI measures, publicly report results
Reward performance through existing health plan programs and BTEMinnesota Building Blocks
3M based guidelines, relevant measures, and provide implementation support
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Fairview Medical Group
Institute for Clinical System Improvement (ICSI)
Minnesota Medical Association
State of Minnesota Department of Employee Relations
State of Minnesota Department of Human ServicesThe MN BTE Guiding Coalition
MN BTE is governed by representatives from key community stakeholders to
ensure collaboration, consensus and the success of the program.
* New champions for 2007
The Champions of Change are early adopters of MN BTE. These
entities are taking the lead in publicly signaling the medical
community that health care purchasers want to pay and reward providers
for optimal care, not quantity of services performed.
(9 out of 53 medical groups)
* American Diabetes Association
** American Heart Association
Diabetes based guidelines, relevant measures, and provide implementation support
One aspirin daily
130/80 if diabeticIn 2007, Measures of Optimal Care