Along with the transformation to a patient-centered medical home came an acceptance of a model that coordinates care for an entire population, not just the patients showing up each day, notes Dr. Paul Kaye, medical director at Taconic IPA. And even though the 238 Taconic physicians at 11 sites have received Level III PPC(R)-PCMH(TM) recognition from the NCQA, Susan Stuard, executive director of THINC, explains that practice transformation doesn’t stop there. Dr. Kaye and Ms. Stuard described how the sharing of data across its organization is improving physician performance and value-based reimbursement levels during “Improving Physician Performance and Value-Based Reimbursement Levels Through Meaningful Data Sharing,” a 45-minute webinar on June 23, 2010.