Cracking the Post-Acute Code
of Managed Care
Over a decade ago, accountable care organizations and clinically integrated networks brought with them a promise of providing high quality care while lowering escalating costs. Payers, providers and patients alike were hopeful, but care transition solution results for accountable care organizations to date have been underwhelming, with shortfalls often attributable to acute and post-acute care utilization.
VP Population Health, Ascension Alabama
President, Healthy Gulf Coast Care Transitions
In her role leading population health at Ascension Alabama, and in overseeing the Healthy Gulf Coast Care Transitions partnership, Granata has been working with diverse teams for years, uncovering many new processes for improving the safety and quality of care for communities around Alabama.
Chief Clinical Integration & Strategy Officer, Infirmary Health
Fenn has built several accountable care organizations and clinically integrated networks in Texas and Alabama over the past two decades. While his goals haven’t changed, his approach has evolved to incorporate best-in-class technologies and methodologies.
Watch or read about the lively conversation that dug into how risk-bearing health systems, accountable care organizations and clinically integrated networks can promote best practices, transforming the visions of lower cost and better outcome networks into a reality.
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