How can healthcare organizations that were built on volume adapt to the arrival of a value-based reimbursement system? To help answer that question, we’re continuing our four-part series of posts based on a new white paper by Allscripts Chief Medical Officers Doug Gentile, MD and Toby Samo, MD exploring the unique perspectives of pioneering Accountable Care Organizations. In this fourth and final part of the series, Drs. Gentile and Samo explore how ACO’s manage their relationship with patients, and conclude with some parting advice from the pioneers. To read the white paper in its entirety, go to www.allscripts.com/ACOwhitepaper. Patients Key Takeaways: Invest in the sickest Ensure social media informs physicians first Patient Mobility Improves Customer Service For many, the Achilles’ heel of the ACO concept is consumer involvement. Healthcare is the only industry in which the consumer has an indirect […]
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