Medicare’s goal is to have at least 85% of payments tied to quality and value by 2016. Using federal funds, we will get you ready.

If you act now, you can establish your value-based infrastructure at no cost.

The Consortium will:

Set up your billable care coordination service

  • Train, certify and mentor your care coordinators
  • Implement the necessary IT infrastructure
  • Provide a federally funded 24/7 nurse advice hotline

Redesign your practice to manage population health

  • Modify clinic workflow to address care gaps
  • Provide data to identify cost savings opportunities
  • Report and improve ambulatory quality scores
  • Promote evidence-based medicine
  • Measure patient satisfaction at the point of care

Qualify you for Patient-Centered Medical Home

  • Develop physician-led care teams
  • Facilitate coordinated, integrated care
  • Promote culture of quality and safety
  • Increase access to primary care

Increase your revenue to preserve your future

  • Increase local utilization
  • Maximize additional population health payments
  • Prevent value-based payment penalties
  • Identify the right advanced payment models for your community

 


 

TripleAimThe Consortium and Rural Healthcare Transformation

The National Rural Accountable Care Consortium is a non-profit organization that supports rural healthcare transformation.

Our aim is to support rural practice transformation to improve care, reduce unnecessary healthcare costs and improve patient satisfaction, while also improving the financial performance and sustainability of rural health systems.

 

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Being part of Medicare's Shared Savings Program has helped our team focus much more on wellness and prevention. This focus has changed the conversation we have with patients, physicians and the community. We now feel we are much more a part of the improvement of the healthcare system.
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