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Care Delivery Models

Care Delivery Models


The health care delivery and payment system is undergoing a seismic shift, moving from fee-for-service to quality-based reimbursement and population health initiatives.  Health care providers must be nimble and creative in assessing and implementing new care delivery models to stay ahead of the curve.  Our health care team has the depth and experience to help you assess your options and select and implement the care delivery models that best meet the needs of your institution and your patients.

  • Formed and obtained certification for multiple accountable care organizations (ACO), including one formed by a multi-facility health system and a network of over 200 physicians
  • Evaluated patient demographics, current availability of services, payment differentials, and applicable regulations, and provided assessment of feasibility of conversion of existing physician practices into rural health clinics (RHCs), both in-state and across state lines
  • Assisted providers in converting physician practices to Independent Diagnostic Testing Facility (IDTF) locations
  • Provided extensive assessment and evaluation of and assistance in establishing various provider-based locations and entities for hospital clients
  • Formed and obtained approval of chronic disease management and wellness programs
  • Provided regulatory compliance and strategic development counseling to a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
  • Provided strategic assessment and regulatory framework to clients seeking cooperative arrangements with tribal and military health care providers
  • Represented multinational healthcare provider before NC Department of Insurance to acquire HMO and offer Medicare Advantage Plan to NC residents

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