Managed Healthcare Executive April 14, 2021
Curtis Gattis

In this second part of a two-part article series, Curtis Gattis, CEO and co-founder of LeadingReach, discusses how healthcare organizations participating in risk-based contracting or value-based financial and care delivery models are currently facing major challenges with integrating, managing and tracking care coordination and communication capabilities within provider networks.

In the first part, we discussed four ways that value-based care can achieve seamless coordination and communication. Now we’ll take a deeper dive into the benefits of implementing a solution that will increase provider networks, provide detailed metrics on what’s working and what isn’t, and how narrow networks and value chaining set practices up for success.

Phase 1: Define your network
Losing track of patients after they’ve been referred to a secondary...

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Topics: ACO (Accountable Care), EMR / EHR, Health IT, Payment Models, Physician, Primary care, Provider, Technology, Value Based
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