MSPPS Overview MSPPS Overview

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a population-health focused, integrated delivery system in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens that improves the quality of care and health outcomes for our most vulnerable populations, while reducing overall costs.


About the Mount Sinai PPS

MSPPS is a separate legal entity of Mount Sinai Hospital. MSPPS is responsible for developing an organization infrastructure sustainable to support the planning and implementation of ten clinical projects, each tied to the goal of reducing avoidable hospitalizations. Projects include the creation of an integrated delivery system, development of care transition services after hospitalization, hospital home care collaboration, and others. In partnership with providers serving over 300,000 patients in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, MSPPS is working to integrate services across this robust health care system and create a delivery system that improves health, the quality of care, patient safety, and patient satisfaction. MSPPS’ provider network includes physicians, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, behavioral health and substance abuse providers, social service organizations, housing providers, and care management programs.

Our PPS is working collaboratively on shared goals and building a sustainable system by:

Identifying health and other needs of the community

Standing up a PPS governance structure

Creating a project implementation strategy

Developing a funding distribution formula

Implementing the appropriate health information technology solutions;

Establishing reporting requirements

Promoting patient-centric policies

Developing a comprehensive workforce plan

Engaging multiple payers and insurers to design value-based payment arrangements

Promoting population health.

By leveraging DSRIP, this network of providers is organizing into an advanced primary care model that creates patient-centered medical homes throughout regional hubs in our communities, while simultaneously preserving current patient relationships with providers. This network of providers may evolve into a risk-bearing organization capable of receiving value-based and capitated payments for our Medicaid population.