What is Value-Based Care ?
Value-based healthcare is a model in which providers, including hospitals and physicians, are paid based on patient health outcomes. Under value-based care agreements, providers are rewarded for helping patients improve their health, reduce the effects and incidence of chronic disease, and live healthier lives.
Who Benefits from Value-Based Care?
Patients - Lower Costs and Better Outcomes Providers - Coordinated Care is Better for Patients and More Efficient for Providers
Communities - Value-Based Care Engages Communities to Identify Resources that Impact Health:
Transportation; Housing; Food; Help with Prescription Medicines
Lifecare Members are Working Together to Make Oklahomans Healthier by Participating in a Medicare Accountable Care Organization (ACO)
What is a Medicare ACO? An Organization that contracts with CMS and agrees to take responsibility for the cost and quality of care for a population of Medicare Beneficiaries.
Click the hands below to see the 2019 results for the 4 Lifecare ACOs operating in Oklahoma
Caravan Health ACO 31 Operates in: Duncan, Chickasha, Tahlequah, Elk City and Altus
Caravan Health ACO 32 Operates in: Lawton and McAlester
Caravan Health ACO 33 Operates in Stillwater
Caravan Health ACO 34 Operates under Integris Health in Oklahoma City
Providers in Oklahoma Interested in Participating in our CMS ACO are invited to contact Lifecare to Learn More!