Partners Health Alliance: You're not an accountant. You're a doctor.

You’re a doctor.

You’re not an accountant.

Partners Health Alliance: You're not an efficiency expert. You're a doctor.

You’re a doctor.

You’re not an efficiency expert.

Partners Health Alliance: You're not a health plan administrator. You're a doctor.

You’re a doctor.

You’re not a health plan administrator.

Partners Health Alliance: You're not an I.T. manager. You're a doctor.

You’re a doctor.

You’re not an I.T. manager.

Significant Changes to the MSSP

On August 9th, CMS released a proposed rule, titled "Pathways to Success," containing complex changes to overhaul the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). We've outlined the key changes and important information you need to know.

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Managing a practice today is tough. But you don’t have to go it alone.

Today’s value-based care environment has created a host of challenges. Practices like yours have taken on a whole new set of responsibilities beyond patient care. It’s time consuming and resource intensive. And a lot of it, to be sure, is not why you became a doctor in the first place.

But now there’s an opportunity for you to draw on the collective power of many—to control costs, improve patient care and increase revenue under payer-sponsored “value-based” contracts. Become a part of New Jersey’s new clinically integrated network (CIN), where you can collaborate and share resources with other physician partners.

Introducing Partners Health Alliance, an opportunity to participate with like-minded providers to earn more by delivering better patient care at a lower overall cost.

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What is a CIN?

The FTC defines a Clinically Integrated Network as

“a network implementing an active and ongoing program to evaluate and modify practice patterns by the network’s physician participants and create a high degree of independence and cooperation among providers to control costs and ensure quality.”