Certification Criteria Sample Clauses

Certification Criteria. The GMCB must ensure that the ACO meets criteria in the following categories: • GovernanceCare management and coordinationProvider participation, payment, and collaboration • Participation in health information exchanges • Quality and performance measuresPatient engagement and information sharingConsumer assistance, access, and freedom of provider choiceAppropriate financial protections against potential losses All Payer Model Implementation Reports Report of the GMCB Progress in Meeting All-Payer Model ACO Implementation Benchmarks (June 15, 2017) Report of GMCB Progress in Meeting All-Payer Model ACO Model Implementation Benchmarks (September 15, 2017) Report of GMCB Progress in Meeting All-Payer Model ACO Model Implementation Benchmarks (December 15, 2017) Resource Slides Annual Report Legislative Reports Insurance Rate Review
Certification Criteria.  When management notifies the Federation that it has completed the development of the certification/training criteria for Child Protection Specialists, those portions of this memorandum specific to Centralized Intake Specialists transfers to Child Protection Specialists positions are subject to renegotiation.
Certification Criteria. Under this Program pursuant to this Agreement, Red Hat has established certain policies and criteria, set forth at xxxxx://xxxxxxxx.xxxxxx.xxx/doc (the “Certification Criteria”), to which Partner must adhere in order for the applicable hardware to be deemed certified or compatible with the Red Hat products. In accordance with the Certification Criteria, hardware may be deemed Red Hat certified (“Red Hat Certified”). Any hardware that requires the use of device drivers that are not included in Red Hat products will not be considered Red Hat Certified.
Certification Criteria. The Certification Chair, in consultation with the other team members, will make the certification decision based upon two factors:
Certification Criteria. In accordance with the agreement, in order to be identified as a ‘‘qualified organization,’’ an organization must certify in writing that it shall meet eleven separate criteria. Each of these criteria is described below:
Certification Criteria. Evaluate the paint applicator based on the conformance of the applied paint system to the requirements of the specifications. Deficiencies in the coatings, improper mixing or improper application methods are basis for failure. The Test Agency shall be the sole judge as to the acceptability of each paint applicator's performance.
Certification Criteria. The GMCB must ensure that the ACO meets criteria in the following categories:  Leadership and Governance  Population Health Management and Care CoordinationPerformance Evaluation and ImprovementPatient Protections and SupportSolvency and Risk ManagementProvider Payments Certification Criteria Assessment: Example Rule 5.202: Governing Body * See handout Act 113 of 2016 ACO Budget Review Statutory Requirements  (b) (1) The Green Mountain Care Board shall adopt rules pursuant to 3 V.S.A. chapter 25 to establish standards and processes for reviewing, modifying, and approving the budgets of ACOs with 10,000 or more attributed lives….In its review, the Board shall review and consider:  Character, competence, fiscal responsibility, and soundness of the ACO and its principals, including reports from professional review organizationsArrangements with ACO’s participating providers  How resources are allocated in the systemExpenditure analysis of previous, current, and future yearsIntegration of efforts with Blueprint for Health, community collaboratives and providers  Systemic investments to:  Strengthen primary care  Address social determinants of health  Address impacts of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)  Solvency  Transparency 17 ACO Budget Review, Modification and Approval: Example Conditions from GMCB FY18 Accountable Care Organization Budget Order • A combined all-payer rate increase of less than 3%, after exclusion of Medicaid pricing changes; • Ability to review OneCare’s contracts with participating payers; • Robust risk assumption, delegation, and mitigation strategy must be in place; • Guaranteed funding for Medicare portion of SASH, Blueprint for Health, and Community Health Team payments; • Investment of no less than 3.1% of overall budget in population health and primary care strengthening initiatives; ACO Budget Review and Approval: Example Conditions from GMCB FY18 Accountable Care Organization Budget Order • OneCare must submit a payment differential report describing how the Comprehensive Primary Care Payment Reform pilot’s payment methodology compares to the reimbursement that hospitals provide to employed primary care. The report must also assess quality outcomes in the pilot compared to outside the pilot, and address the degree to which the pilot is or is not reducing administrative burden; • Administrative Expenses must be appropriately allocated between Vermont and New York and may not exceed the amount bud...

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  • Drug-Free Workplace Certification As required by Executive Order No. 90-5 dated April 12, 1990, issued by the Governor of Indiana, the Contractor hereby covenants and agrees to make a good faith effort to provide and maintain a drug-free workplace. The Contractor will give written notice to the State within ten (10) days after receiving actual notice that the Contractor, or an employee of the Contractor in the State of Indiana, has been convicted of a criminal drug violation occurring in the workplace. False certification or violation of this certification may result in sanctions including, but not limited to, suspension of contract payments, termination of this Contract and/or debarment of contracting opportunities with the State for up to three (3) years. In addition to the provisions of the above paragraph, if the total amount set forth in this Contract is in excess of $25,000.00, the Contractor certifies and agrees that it will provide a drug-free workplace by:

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