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Waivers

  • On Dec 19, 2013, DCC’s Board of Managers approved a pre-participation waiver for start-up expenses in an operating budget that were funded by Duke University Health System (DUHS).  The arrangement provided in-kind staffing from DUHS for MSSP application and start up activities, and funding of legal and consulting services, and membership and meetings of the National Association of ACOs.
  • On January 13, 2015, DCC’s Board of Managers approved a participation waiver for operating budgets for fiscal years 2014 and 2015 funded by DUHS.  The funding provided for operating and capital expenses related to personnel, services, goods, and facilities to support improved care coordination, beneficiary and provider communications and engagement, and analytics services.
  • On April 14, 2015, the DCC Board of Managers approved a participation waiver for the fiscal year 2016 operating budget funded by DUHS. The funding provided for operating and capital expenses related to personnel, services, goods, and facilities to support improved care coordination, beneficiary and provider communications and engagement, and analytics services.
  • On April 9, 2016, the DCC Board of Managers approved a participation waiver for the fiscal year 2017 operating budget funded by DUHS. The funding provides for operating and capital expenses related to personnel, services, goods, and facilities to support improved care coordination, beneficiary and provider communications and engagement, and analytics services.
  • On May 11, 2017, the DCC Board of Managers approved a participation waiver for the fiscal year 2018 operating budget funded by DUHS. The funding provides for operating and capital expenses related to personnel, services, goods, and facilities to support improved care coordination, beneficiary and provider communications and engagement, and analytics services.
  • On May 10, 2018, the DCC Board of Managers approved a participation waiver for the fiscal year 2019 operating budget funded by DUHS. The funding provides for operating and capital expenses related to personnel, services, goods, and facilities to support improved care coordination, beneficiary and provider communications and engagement, and analytics services.