The SCC Project Management Office (PMO) was established to provide consistent applications of sound project management principles, best practices, standard status reporting, templates and tools for all DSRIP programs. We believe when project governance is provided through a centralized, dedicated organizational entity, it will lead to positive results and a greater probability of project success.
Project Management Office Functions
- Utilize Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)-based methodology as defined by the National Project Management Institute.
- Staff Project Managers with full-time responsibility for managing the DSRIP project portfolio.
- Encourage collaboration amongst our PPS partner organizations.
- Support the DSRIP project teams as a source for project management leadership and expertise.
- Keep the project community informed through a robust communication strategy.
- Report required status reports to stakeholders including the NYS Department of Health.
- The PMO will be cognizant of all projects within the program. PMO will align like-scope requirements within projects into workgroups to deliver one project plan that can be used across multiple projects.
- Cultural Competency Communication plan inclusive of languages and communication modalities to meet the language barriers which exist between partner, providers and patients.
- Calendar-driven, support schedule and timeline by managing the critical path.
Project Management Software Tool
- SCC Performance Logic Introductory Video
- SCC Performance Logic User Guide
- Performance Logic Master Guide
- SCC Partner Performance Logic Live Training Schedule
- Access historical pre-recorded Partner Performance Logic Training Sessions
As the PMO moves from program design/development to program implementation, we will be convening program workgroups and committees in the form of Learning Collaboratives. The Learning Collaborative approach focuses on spreading, adopting and adapting best practices across multiple settings and introducing opportunities in organizations that promote the delivery and implementation of effective programs. We promote program integration through this strategy and will invite different provider types (i.e. Hospitals, PCP, BH, SNFs) and programs (i.e. TOC, INTERACT, etc.) to support building communication lines across our integrated delivery system partners.
SCC Learning Collaboratives are shared-learning sessions with topics designed specifically for organizations participating directly or indirectly in the DSRIP programs. The goal of the collaboratives is to create a community of knowledge that can help participants accelerate program implementation, systematic change and make lasting breakthroughs that meets or exceeds program expectations.
Project Workgroup & Committee Engagement
The SCC PMO fosters continued engagement and collaboration through our robust network of workgroups and committees highlighted below.
Program Management Teams represents program stakeholders across the SCC’s PMO, Network Development & Performance Team and clinical program leads. Program Management efforts have been categorized into two main functions: (1) Program Operations/Process Improvement, (2) Performance Improvement.
Program Operations functions include operationalizing external stakeholder engagement activities, such as Learning Collaboratives, operationalizing Special Projects regionally and county wide, deploying process improvement initiatives, including process improvement activities, monitoring DSRIP project requirements, and supporting all Performance Improvement Activities.
Performance Improvement functions include operationalizing the proactive performance improvement activities, the PI Corrective Action Planning Process, monitoring network provider attribution, sharing and monitoring program performance metrics/data and identifying and deploying gap closing strategies across HUBs by identifying key providers to engage.
- Behavioral Health Population Program Management Team
- Care Transitions Program Management Team
- Chronic Diseases Program Management Team
- Community & Patient Activation Program Management Team
- Integrated Delivery System Program Management Team
Project Workgroups are a composition of subject matter experts engaged to support the development, execution and monitoring of our programs.
- Care Management & Care Coordination Workgroup
- Care Transitions Workgroup (2biv & 2bix)
- Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Development Team (3bi, 3ci)
- Community Engagement Workgroup
- Community Health Activation Program Workgroup (2di)
- Cultural Competency & Health Literacy Advisory Group
- Financial Sustainability Team
- Information Technology Task Force
- Integrated Delivery System/Population Health Management Workgroup (2ai)
- INTERACT Program Workgroup (2bvii)
- PCMH Certification Workgroup
- Performance Evaluation & Management Workgroup
- Practitioner Engagement Workgroup
- Regional BH & SUD Provider Network Workgroup (2ai, 3ai, 4aii)
- Regional Care Transitions Workgroups (2biv, 2bix, 2bvii)
- RHIO Workgroup (2ai)
- SBIRT Initiatives Workgroup (4aii)
- Suffolk County Tobacco Cessation Coalition (4aii, 3bi, 4bii)
- Value-based Payment Team
- Workforce Advisory Group
Project Committees are a composition of key internal and external project stakeholders, including representation from key community and public service and governmental agencies engaged to support the conclusions, deliverables and monitor system impacts of the DSRIP Program. In addition, our Project Committees directly support our clinical quality governance model, click here to read more.
- Project 2ai Committee
- Project 2bvi & 2bix Committee
- Project 2bvii Committee
- Project 2di Committee
- Project 3ai Committee
- Project 3bi Committee
- Project 3ci Committee
- Project 3dii Committee
- Project 4aii Committee
- Project 4bii Committee
If you are interested in becoming a voluntary member of a workgroup or committee, please apply by clicking here.