NewYork-Presbyterian Performing Provider System (NYP PPS)

Performing Provider System | NewYork-Presbyterian

The NewYork-Presbyterian Performing Provider System (NYP PPS) is a network of approximately 90 providers and community collaborators jointly committed to improving the health and wellbeing and addressing the unnecessary hospital and emergency department utilization of the community that it serves.

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is the anchor institution for this collaboration. Based in New York City, NYP is one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive hospitals. Each year, nearly 29,000 NewYork-Presbyterian professionals deliver exceptional care to more than 2 million patients. The Hospital delivers care across six campuses and its Ambulatory Care Network. As the lead for the NYP PPS network, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is responsible for coordinating the network’s efforts and collaborating with the State to achieve DSRIP’s goals.

For more information about NYP, please visit: www.nyp.org.

The NYP PPS care across the continuum for its attributed population, collectively addressing the major drivers of poor health outcomes and avoidable utilization. The PPS with the New York State Department of Health Medicaid Program to develop a sustainable DSRIP Integrated Delivery System, which includes:

  • Coordination with New York State Health Homes
  • Warm handoffs between care settings
  • Connections across local health information exchanges
  • Use of a culturally competent workforce
  • Collaboration with safety net community-based organizations