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Comprehensive Care Sustainability Collaborative

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CCSC presentation at the 70th NHF Bleeding Disorders Conference
CCSC Presents: Future of 340B and Sustainability of the HTC
Saturday, October 13, 2018
1:00 pm-3:15 pm
Orlando World Center Marriott
Orlando, FL
Room: TBD

LUNCH will be provided.
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About CCSCThe Value of Hemophilia Comprehensive Care
The Comprehensive Care Sustainability Collaborative (CCSC) convened in 2014 with two inaugural consensus meetings among health care stakeholders. The aim was to develop a framework for pilot programs that could be replicated across the United States between payers and hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs) to facilitate cost-effective hemophilia management integrating the HTC comprehensive care model.

The HTCs' comprehensive care management and documented ability to achieve quality care with improved outcomes served as a discussion focal point for both meetings, as well as payers' perspectives on the specialty drug forecast and the management of hemophilia. The ongoing CCSC initiative is sponsored by the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) in conjunction with Impact Education, LLC, and is supported by charitable donations from founding supporter, Shire, and additional support from Bioverativ, Genentech, Inc., Novo Nordisk, Inc., and Pfizer Inc.

Click here to download the CCSC Executive Summary.




Purpose
  • Advance the collaboration between payers and providers in order to provide quality care to patients that is both effective and reimbursable
  • Achieve data validating relationships between payers and Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTCs) that will benefit patients when they collaborate
  • Implement initiatives throughout the United States between payers and HTCs that support the sustainability of HTCs and the comprehensive care model
White Paper
The initial findings of the CCSC consensus meetings are presented in the following white paper to summarize the collective recommendations of the advisory board and outline action steps for the future.

Highlights
  • CCSC advisors' expert feedback and consensus to facilitate cost-effective hemophilia management integrating the HTC comprehensive care model
  • Analysis of the current state of hemophilia care and the benefits of the comprehensive care model
  • Discussion regarding competitive factor pricing and a more thorough understanding of the role of 340B pricing in funding ancillary services provided at HTCs were key components of the centers' overall "value story."
  • Recommended HTC- and payer-reported metrics to facilitate information sharing across multiple health care stakeholders
White Paper
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Pilot Program Training and Education Webcast Archive
Archive of the live training and education webcast which took place on November 10, 2016.
Objectives
  • Explain the goals and benefits of CCSC Pilot Program participation
  • Discuss current CCSC initiatives and related success factors
  • Outline a step-by-step process including evaluation criteria and reporting
  • Review training and support opportunities offered through the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)
Jointly sponsored by
National Hemophilia Foundation Impact Education, LLC





Supported by a charitable donation from Shire.
James Kenney, Jr., RPh, MBA
Manager, Specialty and Pharmacy Contracts
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Kollet Koulianos, MBA
Senior Director Payer Relations
National Hemophilia Foundation
Vanita Pindolia, PharmD, BCPS
Vice President, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Programs_PCM
Henry Ford Health System/Health Alliance Plan of Michigan
Michelle Witkop, DNP, FNP-BC
Head of Research
National Hemophilia Foundation
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Bleeding Disorders Nurse Practitioner
Northern Regional Bleeding Disorders Center
Munson Medical Center
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CCSC Virtual Symposium Video
Charting a Course for Cost-effective Improved Hemophilia Outcomes

The virtual symposium highlights Hemophilia Treatment Centers' comprehensive care management and documented ability to achieve quality care with improved outcomes, as well as provide payers' perspectives on the specialty drug forecast and the management of hemophilia. Viewers will receive an overview of the CCSC's mission, details regarding the pilot program and other ongoing CCSC initiatives.

Viewers will learn about how to:
  • Apply collaborative methods that enable the benefits of the comprehensive care model provided by HTCs to be realized by multiple hemophilia stakeholders including payers and specialty pharmacy providers
  • Identify ways to advance the collaboration between payers and providers to provide high quality hemophilia care to patients that is both effective and reimbursable
  • Explain the value of collecting data to validate collaborative relationships between payers and HTCs that will ultimately benefit all parties involved, including patients/members
Who should view: This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of managed care payers and specialty pharmacy professionals, medical directors, pharmacy directors, and other health care professionals with an interest in the management of patients with hemophilia.

Faculty:
Edmund Pezalla, MD, MPH
Former National Medical Director for Pharmacy Policy and Strategy
Aetna, Inc.
Michelle Witkop, DNP, FNP-BC
Nurse Practitioner
Munson Medical Center




Future CCSC Initiatives
Resources

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CCSC Executive Summary
Overview for Hemophilia Treatment Centers
Awarding Winning Poster
Presented at the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy 2017 Annual Meeting


FACT SHEET:
CCSC Benefits for Providers


FACT SHEET:
CCSC Benefits for Payers


FACT SHEET:
CCSC Benefits for Employers


CCSC Resources List


Cost Savings Worksheet

NHF on Accumulator Adjustment Programs

Article in the Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy (JMCP):
Hemophilia Management via Data Collection and Reporting: Initial Findings from the Comprehensive Care Sustainability Collaborative



CCSC Inhibitor Case Study

Poster presented at the AMCP Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy Conference 2017
Improving Payer-Provider Collaboration and Data Reporting for Hemophilia Management: Metric Development for Quality Improvement
 


Other Resources
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