The Department of Social Services (DSS) offers financial incentives to primary care practices that qualify for PCMH status to help offset the costs of becoming, maintaining, and operating as a PCMH for HUSKY Health program recipients.
The process of PCMH transformation towards PCMH recognition has many components and practices may find the project challenging at times. Appropriate guidance can be invaluable. That’s why we offer support and assistance from a team of PCMH experts. The support from this team is priceless and is available at no cost to your practice.
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For a summary of the financial incentives that PCMH and Glide Path practices can qualify for, view the PCMH Financial Incentives Summary.
To help you track the members attributed to your practice, you have access to a monthly Patient Panel Report. The report includes a list of your attributed members and the names of their primary care practitioners. This report is one of many provider portal reports available to help you with the management of HUSKY Health members attributed to your practice. These are tools that could help you improve your performance-based payments.
You can find all portal reports and an explanation of the attribution process on the HUSKY Health secure provider portal. Primary care practices must sign up for secure portal access to view these reports.Visit the Secure Provider Portal
*Glide Path practices do not qualify for the performance-based payments, but will receive a portion of the PCMH enhanced reimbursement rate.
It is important that you maintain your provider roster by adding and removing practitioners in a timely manner using the PCMH and Glide Path Change Request Form. This is crucial when attributing members to your practice. An incorrect provider roster will affect your enhanced reimbursement rates and performance-based payments.
This portion of the HUSKY Health website is managed by Community Health Network of Connecticut, Inc., the State of Connecticut’s Medical Administrative Services Organization for the HUSKY Health Program. For the general HUSKY website gateway, please visit portal.ct.gov/husky. HUSKY Health includes Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and is administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services.
To update your information, please select your HUSKY Health Program type. Once you select your program, you will need to login to access and review your personal information.
To see whether you belong to HUSKY A, B, C, D, or LB simply look at your HUSKY ID Card. The big, bold letter is your HUSKY program.