Members who see participating suppliers may notice a number of benefits, such as. B more convenient access to care and tailor-made care based on their health history and preferences. To participate in common economies, Aurora suppliers and facilities must meet quality objectives that include quality standards set by organizations such as the National Committee for Quality Assurance, the American Diabetes Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and others. Family physicians who maintain or improve quality can achieve a percentage of the savings made during the calendar year. Anthem`s Enhanced Personal Health Care team has a full suite of tools that can be shared with providers, so everyone has access to useful information and resources related to patient-centered care, as well as relevant patient information from providers, that enable providers to prioritize care management and target prevention. Together, Anthem and Aurora will measure their progress and identify common savings through a high-quality analytics process that includes 28 quality and usage metrics. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in WisconsinAnthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield are the trade name of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wisconsin (BCBSWi), which signs or manages the PPO and Indemnification Guidelines; Compcare Health Services Insurance Corporation (Compcare), which designs or manages HMO policies; and Compcare and BCBSWi jointly, which adopt or manage POS policies. Independent licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. ANTHEM is a registered trademark of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc.
The names and symbols of Blue Cross and Blue Shield are registered trademarks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. For more information about Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin, see www.anthem.com. Also follow us on Twitter in www.twitter.com/healthjoinin, on Facebook on www.facebook.com/HealthJoinIn or visit our YouTube channel under www.youtube.com/healthjoinin. Previous cost and quality initiatives, which have been successfully implemented in the Wisconsin market, include bulk payments for selected surgical procedures; the Imaging Cost and Quality program, which helps members evaluate their options for expensive medical imaging; cancer treatment programs that support evidence-based best practices; and Blue Priority, a high-quality network of leading supplier systems tailored to cost, quality and efficiency. A team of patient-centered care experts will support the delivery and expansion of patient-centered care with Aurora and other enhanced healthcare providers in Wisconsin. The deal, known as Enhanced Personal Health Care, changes the way Anthem pays Aurora and is a continuation of the insurer`s focus on value-based contract design and payment reform. Improving personal healthcare arrangements goes beyond value-based remuneration and includes practical local support for providers who adopt the patient-centred model and the exchange of information to promote quality care. MILWAUKEE – Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Anthem) and Aurora Health Care (Aurora) today announced a new agreement to improve the quality of healthcare by investing in primary care and create common savings opportunities for both organizations and patients.
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