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IMPORTANT UPDATE: NYS Workforce Stabilization Payments

November 18, 2022

Dear Provider:
Partners Health Plan (PHP) wants to provide you with an update regarding the NYS Workforce Stabilization Longevity and Retention Supplemental pass-thru payments that we will be distributing on behalf of NY State.
We have received the pass-through dollars related to the two Calendar Year 2021 ARPA Workforce Stabilization Initiatives – the cost-based Longevity Payment and the survey-based COVID-19 Service Payment.   Accordingly, payments to the providers will be remitted by November 22 pursuant to the list provided to PHP by the Department of Health so your funding should be received shortly thereafter.  
As we previously informed you, the payments will be made in the form of a check.  Unless we have been provided payment instructions pursuant to our previous solicitations specific to this process, payments will be sent based on provider-payment information from our claim system.  If your payment is not received within a reasonable period of time after November 22, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Partners Health Plan is a managed care plan that contracts with Medicare and the New York State Department of Health (Medicaid) to provide benefits to Participants through the Fully Integrated Duals Advantage for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (FIDA-IDD) Demonstration.


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