Category: Thought Leadership

Blog: Accountable Care: A Cost-Control Experiment?

March 2, 2013 | By

A lot of people are talking about accountable care as a cost-control experiment. That assertion misses the triple aim of accountable care: cost, quality, and satisfaction. Further, satisfaction must include both the provider and recipient of health care services. Focusing on just patient satisfaction is a fool’s errand if we don’t improve the job satisfaction (…)


ADSI Blog: Nine C’s of Successful Accountable Primary Care Delivery

February 4, 2013 | By

The Accountable Primary Care Model: New Hope for Medicare and Primary Care


ADSI Blog: Has Health Care Industry Transformation Reached its Tipping Point?

January 27, 2013 | By

Quickly out of the gate for 2013, Health Affairs featured the theme of Transforming the Delivery of Health Care in its January edition, Arnold Milstein MD’s Code Red & Blue – Safely Limiting Health Care’s GDP Footprint headlined the New England Journal of Medicine, and CMS announced a new wave of 106 additional ACOs to their program.


Point of View: The Collaborative Payer Model

January 13, 2013 | By

The Collaborative Payer Model achieves proven results against the Triple Aim Plus One: better health outcomes, lower costs, and improved patient, as well as physician, satisfaction. And it offers valuable lessons for today’s government-sponsored and private-sector accountable care organizations.


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