Healthcare Finance News April 18, 2024
Jeff Lagasse

The organizations said the collaboration will strengthen care coordination for patients.

CVS Accountable Care Organization, a division of CVS Health, and inVio Health Network, a collection of more than 5,600 South Carolina providers, are collaborating to create a new accountable care organization through the ACO REACH program.

ACO REACH focuses on reducing barriers to care by providing coordinated, patient-centered care to improve the overall health, clinical outcomes and satisfaction of patients with traditional Medicare.

The organizations said the collaboration will strengthen care coordination for patients, using advanced analytics as well as value-based care and population health management services and programs.

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inVio Health Network was formed when Prisma Health Upstate and Prisma Health Midlands Networks, which operated...

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