Accountable care: Shared risks, shared rewards

The industry is increasingly embracing the “accountable care” model of healthcare delivery in its quest to achieve better value at lower cost. The growing shift to accountable care is challenging traditional care delivery models by promoting shared responsibility for patient outcomes and satisfaction among healthcare players that have at times been competitors.

    Delivering more efficient healthcare

    The concept of accountable care is fully realized in the accountable care organization (ACO), a creation of the federal government in which multiple providers join forces to manage the health of specific populations — each agreeing to share in common risks and rewards based on patient outcomes. To achieve positive outcomes, ACOs coordinate patient care with a variety of population health management strategies, including patient-centered medical homes, chronic disease management, and data analytics.

    Comprehensive Care for
    Joint Replacement (CCJR)

    The CMS Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) model is designed to support better and more efficient care for Medicare beneficiaries needing lower extremity surgery including hip and knee replacement surgery.

    CCJR Bundled Payment: Preparing
    for the Mandate. Read more.



    Steve Moore

    Health Services Deals Partner
    +1 (646) 471 6602

    Academic Medical Centers and
    accountable care

    Academic Medical Centers should forge strategic partnerships with community hospitals to provide quality regional coverage.

    Alicia Harkness

    US academic medical centers
    +1 (703) 918 3568