Provider Engagement Toolkit

Learning Systems for Accountable Care Organizations
Publisher: Baltimore, MD: U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Jul 13, 2020
Authors
Nazihah Siddiqui, Sonya Streeter, Ethan Jacobs, and Rumin Sarwar

Key Findings:

  • This toolkit explores how ACOs: 1) communicate with providers about the ACO as a value-based care organization, 2) use data to identify and address opportunities for improving care, 3) offer customized support to primary care providers (PCPs) and specialists, and 4) implement financial incentives.

This is the third toolkit in a broader series of resources that explore different aspects of how ACOs operate to provide value-based care. This toolkit highlights an array of provider engagement strategies that Medicare ACOs use to engage health care providers in the ACO and in quality improvement activities. ACOs encourage providers to see the organization as a trusted partner in improving care delivery by fostering transparent communication about ACO goals and strategies, offering providers customized support and resources, and incentivizing high-level performance improvements through shared savings distributions.

Project

Learning Systems for Accountable Care Organizations

Funders

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation

Time Frame

2013-2020

Senior Staff

Rumin Sarwar
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Nazihah Siddiqui
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Sonya Streeter
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