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Seeking Bids to Optimize EHR and Health Data Exchange Function for Small Clinics

Functionality of electronic health records systems poses a major challenge for small and rural clinical practices looking to move to value-based payment models and succeed under Medicare’s Quality Payment Program.

This was a major lesson from the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium’s (NRACC) four years of working firsthand with 2,700 of these clinical practice locations nationwide.

In response, NRACC is calling on electronic health records and health information exchange-support companies to help us finish our grant-funded program strong by supporting and sustaining our clients’ clinical practice transformation work via targeted recommendations to enhance clients’ EHR and health data exchange processes. Notably, this work must be completed on a very aggressive timeframe.

Please review NRACC’s proposal here and submit a bid by June 14, 2019, if you qualify.

If you have questions about the proposal, contact NRACC Executive Director Robin Moody at rmoody@nationalruralaco.com.

Please Respond to Our RFP

The National Rural Accountable Care Consortium would like to invite you to submit bids for two requests for proposals totaling almost $4 million — one addressing data and analytics support and the other for exemplary practice writers.

These opportunities stem from recent approval NRACC received enabling us to draw down program resources that were unexpended in earlier years, to support achieving of our program commitments.

You may review the proposals, which are due April 5, here and here.