ACO REACH participants must balance quality, claims, and patient satisfaction measures while prioritizing health equity initiatives that address social vulnerabilities. ACO REACH forces organizations to think holistically to deliver equitable and impactful care.
Organizations must develop a formal health equity strategy that includes a plan for collecting, reporting, and addressing social determinants of health.
Quality measures have been replaced with four claims measures that focus on reducing utilization, including readmissions and unplanned admissions.
With nine CAHPS measures, there is a growing importance on evaluating and enhancing the patient experience.
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Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring® enables automated engagement with vulnerable patients at an individual level across 35+ clinical and behavioral health programs with the potential to expand care management capacity by 10x
Analytics reports and dashboards Aligned with ACO REACH measures provide organizations with the data they need to track performance
Dr. Kent Locklear
Does your organization need to develop a tight-knit health equity strategy in a short amount of time? Do you even know where to begin?
Hear from Lightbeam thought leaders, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kent Locklear and President of CareSignal, Joe McDonald, in their webinar:
Your Roadmap to Building a Robust Health Equity Plan to Succeed in ACO REACH
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