ACOs and CINs — Where Did They Start, How Have They Evolved, Where Are They Going?

ACOs and CINs — Where Did They Start, How Have They Evolved, Where Are They Going?

Table of Contents:
Context: Historical and Today 1:32
ACOs and CINs: The Basics 6:27
Evolution of ACOs and CINs 23:02
Key Components of Success: What Has Not Changed 37:55
Coming Next: What Has Changed 44:04
Q&A 56:00

As the types and structures of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) continue to evolve, organizations moving into value-based care face an ever-changing landscape. Alternative payment model arrangements have driven provider organizations to hone in on specific tactics to meet their contractual and strategic objectives.

Please join Health Catalyst Senior Vice President Dr. Amy Flaster and Population Health Management Consultant Jonas Varnum as they discuss the evolution of the ACO and CIN models, what new tools ACOs employ today to promote success, and lessons learned from organizations that have succeeded in alternative payment models. They will dive deep into lessons learned in addition to providing a primer on what has always been and continues to be vitally important to success in value based care. Specifics they will cover include:
– Approaches to simplify quality metric reporting
– Enhanced methodology that zeroes in on identifying high-value opportunities to improve patient populations
– Key tips to expand your business with new contracts

Dr. Flaster and Mr. Varnum’s combined experience make them uniquely qualified to guide you in your ACO or CIN journey. Dr. Flaster comes from a clinical background where she worked as Associate Medical Director at Partners HealthCare – one of the largest ACOs in the country. Mr. Varnum is a professional services strategy leader with demonstrated expertise delivering payment model transformation and helping providers and payers to strategically adjust their operations.

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