Learn how this ACO increased its quality score from 60 to 93 percent in 2015 and earned a huge payout of 4.7 million from CMS.
Watch this webinar and learn from Scottsdale Health Partners’ success in optimizing its quality reporting process to achieve $10 million in shared savings in 2015 with a strong engagement from a very diverse provider network and one of the lowest financial benchmarks in the country.
Scottsdale Health Partners (SHP)—now known as Innovation Care Partners, an affiliate of HonorHealth—is a physician-led clinical integration network, and Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) participant. The organization focuses on the “Triple Aim” of healthcare: improving patient health and the patient experience while reducing costs. It contracts with seven major insurance companies, covers more than 67,000 patients, uses a pluralistic model to represent a broad spectrum of medical specialties, and empowers providers to remain independent and entrepreneurial.
In this webinar, we demonstrate:
- The strategy used by Scottsdale Health Partners to achieve 10 million shared savings in 2015
- Provider Engagement
- Innovative Technology Use and Adoption
- Care Management
- Collaborative & Integrated Quality Reporting Process
- How to streamline the quality-metrics reporting process and improve overall quality scores from 60% to 93%?
- How Orion Health MSSP Management application and its core data platform are helping overcome ACO operational challenges
Colm Moran is the Director of Clinical Informatics and ACO Program Manager for Innovation Care Partners, formerly Scottsdale Health Partners (SHP), a Clinical Integration Network in Scottsdale Arizona. In these roles, Colm oversees and manages the operations, clinical and financial reporting, and practice initiatives for multiple payer patient management contracts and two CMS Medicare Shared Service Program ACOs. The SHP MSSP ACO is one of only a few ACOs in the country which has earned shared savings from CMS in its first 2 years. Colm is also a healthcare consultant with over 23 years’ experience leading information technology, process improvement, operations and strategy projects.
Mallory Cary is an ACO Analyst with Scottsdale Health Partners, a Clinical Integration Network in Phoenix Arizona. Over the last two years Mallory has managed the daily operations of the Scottsdale Health Partners MSSP contract and along with two other team members manages the annual quality reporting process. Mallory works closely with SHP network practices helping to facilitate practice engagement through providing training and analysis of quality initiatives for the MSSP program as well as other shared savings contracts.
David Bennett has been a technology entrepreneur for over 20 years. In 2013, Bennett joined Orion Health to build out and run their Population Health Management business. In November of 2014, Bennett assisted Orion Health with their IPO on the Australian and New Zealand exchange. Currently Bennett serves as the EVP of Product & Strategy for Orion Health focused on new models of medicine. Prior to joining Orion Health Bennett founded Cyclone Commerce in 1996 which was acquired by Axway in 2006. He was a board member of Axway, iSirona, Net.orange, Medisens, MIT Enterprise Forum, and HRBA. After Axway’s IPO in 2011, Bennett joined NantWorks assisting Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong with the formation of NantHealth and new predictive models of care.