Project Funding will advance our ability to advance our one-of-a-kind Certification of Value-Care Professional™.
Since 2008, the U.S health care industry has been on a histroic and transformational journey from volume-based (Fee-For-Service) to value-based Care (Fee-For Value). Since 2008, the U.S. Congress overhauled the health care industry through six (6) major legislations:
MIPPA – Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008
HITECH – Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act of 2009
ACA – Affordable Care Act 2010
PAMA- Protecting Access To Medicare Act 2014
IMPACT – Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act of 2014
MACRA – Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015
The U.S. Congress has also overhauled the health care industry through over twenty-five (25) major programs:
- ACO – Accountable Care Organization
- APM – Advanced Alternative Payment Model
- CAHPS – Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems
- CEHRT – Certified Electronic Health Record Technology
- CJR – Comprehensive Care For Joint Replacement Model
- eCQM – Electronically Specified Clinical Quality Measure
- FQHC – Federally Qualified Health Center
- IPPS – Medicare Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System;
- MDH- Medicare Dependent Hospitals
- MedPAC – Medicare Payment Advisory Commission
- MIPS – Merit-Based Incentive Payment System
- MU – Meaningful Use of Certified HER Technology
- MMA – “Medicare Modernization Act 2003
- OPPS – Medicare Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System
- PCMH – Patient-Centered Medical Home
- P4P – Pay for Performance
- PFPMs – Physician Focused Payment Models
- PQRS – Physician Quality Reporting System (CMS)
- QIO – Quality Improvement Organization
- QP – Qualifying APM Professional
- QRDA – Quality Reporting Document Architecture
- QRUR – Quality and Resource Use Reports
- V VBP – Hospital Value-Based Purchasing
- VM– Value-Based Payment Modifier
Since 2008, NO ONE has adequately or effectively, created and aligned, a national core set of competencies for all health care professionals that support legislations, programs and the evolution of health care transformation. Until now.
Our Certification of Value-Care Professional™ credentialing is rooted in value-based health science and management, value-based care education, value-based care wellness training, and value-based care credentialing and certification. Our credentialing advances evidence and competency-based learning through a continuum that prepares today’s health workers and the communities they serve for tomorrow’s health care demands.
Our credentialing and certification is the vital link bridging the cultural education divide between volume-based sick-care practices and value-based well care possibilities. This educational upgrade that is avaialble to communities and health professionals will ensure that the quality of life in underserved communities is not left further behind as the health care industry shifts from volume to value-based care.
Our Certification of Value-Care Professional™ is designed to healthify the health outcomes of communities, the work environment of health care professionals, the fiscal health of ailing hospitals, and the training deficits of heath educational institutions.
Our Certification of Value-Care Professional™ is structured in the form of a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) model. UDL is a scientifically valid framework for guiding educational practices that meet the needs of students with a wide range of abilities, learning styles, learning preferences and educational backgrounds.
Our Certification of Value-Care Professional™ also offers an integrated suite of ongoing pre-service and in-service training solutions that keep the health and learning capabilities of participants refreshed, relevant and performance ready.
Our Certification of Value-Care Professional™ uses a sociocultural care-coordinated approach that advances interprofessional, interdisciplinary, and team-focused education that is standardized, repeatable, and can be measured for its impact on communities, people, and health organizations.
If you recognize the true value of upgrading the health training landscape in underserved communities, advancing the health management skills of residents in underserved communities, replacing low value and low quality services being administered by health care professionals and health care organizations, then please: