Over a decade ago, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched its first value-based care (VBC) model, seeking to improve health outcomes for patients while more efficiently managing the cost of that care. Unfortunately, for many providers caring for the frail elderly, a population with notoriously complex care and high associated spend, the program requirements pose significant barriers to participation. To remove these barriers, Cyft created Concordant Care, an ACO that brings together like-minded providers striving to engage and succeed in value-based contracts.
What Makes Concordant Care Different from other ACOs?
- Focused on Frail Elderly populations - Concordant Care was designed by and for providers who deliver comprehensive primary care for the frail elderly, whether they are homebound, in an assisted living facility (ALF) or long-term care (LTC) facility. Your patients and practice model are not the same as the general Medicare population - your ACO shouldn't be either.