Title or Name of APCD System:
HealthFacts Rhode Island Database
Who Maintains the System:
A collaborative effort amongst the Rhode Island Department of Health, the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner, the Health Benefits Exchanges, and the Executive Office of Health and Human Services
First Year APCD Collected Data:
Legislation establishing an APCD was passed in 2008. Because the statute did not provide funding for the Department of Health to develop and operate an APCD, the state has mobilized a series of federal grants to support start-up operations. Following the end of these federal grants, the project's four partner agencies -- Medicaid, the Health Insurance Exchange, the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner, and the Dept. of Health -- will commit funding and staff to the ongoing operations of the APCD. The RI APCD will be used to ensure transparency of information about the quality, cost, efficiency, and access of Rhode Island’s healthcare delivery system. It will also provide state agencies and policy makers with the information they need to improve the value of healthcare for Rhode Island residents. Data is expected to be available in early 2015.
Sources and Status of APCD Data Collection
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Medicaid, Dept. of Health, Health Insurance Commissioner and the Health Insurance Exchange
The data gathering process will begin in January 2014, with data submission scheduled to begin in May 2014. The plan as of January 2014 calls for the release of a Request for Proposals for Analytics March-April of 2014.
State Specific Resources:
3M Awarded Analytics Contract for Rhode Island’s All-Payer Claims Database, November 6, 2014
Rhode Island's All‐Payer Claims Database (RI‐APCD) Technical Questions and Answers, September 17, 2014
Statement on RI APCD, May 1, 2014
Rhode Island Public Radio Highlights APCD Efforts in Rhode Island, April 11, 2014
Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the RI-APCD, July 2013
Affordable Care Act Grants Provide $3,724,651 to Help Fight Health Insurance Premium Hikes in Rhode Island, September 2011
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