CCTP Partners: Round 3 Site Summaries

The CCTP is a five-year program created by the Affordable Care Act. Participants sign two-year program agreements with CMS, with the option to renew each year for the remainder of the program, based on their success.

The following is information for the Round 3 (August 17, 2012) CCTP partner sites.

Illinois

Agreement Date: 05/31/2016

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, a community-based organization, will partner with four hospitals to provide care transition services in Southern Cook County of Illinois. Catholic Charities will serve 8,700 Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries annually. The hospitals include: Ingalls Memorial Hospital, MetroSouth Medical Center, Franciscan St. James Health, and Little Company of Mary Hospital.

Massachusetts

Agreement Date: 11/30/2015

Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services, a Massachusetts-designated Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) and an Area Agency on Aging (AAA), is partnering with Mystic Valley Elder Services, two large integrated hospital networks (Cambridge Health Alliance and Hallmark Health System) and dozens of community-based health and social service providers to provide care transitions services to high-risk Medicare beneficiaries throughout Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

New York

Agreement Date: 09/30/2015

Mt. Sinai Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital in Queens are partnering with the Institute for Family Health, a Federally Qualified Health Center network, to provide and expand care transition services to an estimated 4,800 high risk Medicare beneficiaries per year.

Pennsylvania

Agreement Date: 09/30/2015

The Allegheny County Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging will partner with four hospitals to deliver care transition services in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Allegheny will use the Care Transition Intervention Model to serve over 2,900 Medicare beneficiaries annually. The hospitals include: Allegheny General Hospital, Western Pennsylvania Hospital Forbes Regional Campus, Ohio Valley General Hospital, and Jefferson Regional Medical Center.