Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments
Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments are incentive payments made under Section 1115 waivers to hospitals and other providers that develop programs or strategies to enhance access to health care, increase the quality and cost-effectiveness of care, and increase the health of patients and families served. States must be able to demonstrate outcomes and ensure accountability for allocated funding. These incentive payments have significantly increased funding to providers for their efforts related to the quality of services. For example, one State made incentive payments totaling more than $6 billion in a 5-year period. We will ensure that select States adhered to applicable Federal and State requirements when they made incentive payments to providers.
|Announced or Revised||Agency||Title||Component||Report Number(s)||Expected Issue Date (FY)|
|Completed (partial)||Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services||Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments||Office of Audit Services||A-02-17-01007;
W-00-17-31516; various reviews