Vermont All-Payer ACO Model
The Vermont All-Payer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Model is the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) new test of an alternative payment model in which the most significant payers throughout the entire state – Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial health care payers – incentivize health care value and quality, with a focus on health outcomes, under the same payment structure for the majority of providers throughout the state’s care delivery system and transform health care for the entire state and its population.
The Vermont All-Payer ACO Model offers ACOs in Vermont the opportunity to participate in a Medicare ACO initiative tailored to the state, and provided Vermont a funding opportunity announcement for $9.5M in start-up investment to assist Vermont providers with care coordination and bolster their collaboration with community-based providers.
How ReportingMD can help
Success in value-based healthcare depends on strong clinical data expertise, deep programmatic knowledge and performance analytic solutions that are flexible and transparent – this is why clients turn to ReportingMD.
When managing value-based health care programs, often there are information gaps that leaves providers and decision makers blind to quality performance benchmarks and way points. Mitigating the risk in these programs depends on bridging the information gap and providing the operational visibility necessary to analyze performance and uncover critical insights.
Using our value-based care analytic solution, Total Outcomes Management (TOM™), organizations are able to manage risk in any value-based care model. TOM™ helps identify critical gaps in patient care and documents actual clinical quality against any public, commercial or custom performance measure.