SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC) released a series of 20 Case Study Briefs (CSBs) as part of its latest initiative to help providers identify and implement the care delivery competencies necessary to succeed under risk-based payment. In September 2016, the ACLC released its first iteration of recommended competencies along with a "Call to Collaborative Action," petitioning health care organizations to actively engage in sharing solutions. Today's announcement uses that work as a foundational framework for targeted, tactical learning.
Each CSB describes one provider organization's approach to successfully implementing a single competency, including solutions, tools and vendor partners used, challenges with implementation, and results to date. These concise accounts will give provider leaders the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others in the industry. Over time, the ACLC will develop a robust library of standardized CSBs with a myriad of competency-specific and comparable industry solutions across a variety of provider types, markets, and maturity levels. These documents will be open to the public and updated regularly.
"With this program, we intend to give provider organizations what they need most during this uncertain time – digestible, real-world examples to support informed decision-making. Though we're in the early stages of care delivery reform, we believe that by identifying the essential competencies, and developing tools for making those competencies actionable, the ACLC can support the growth and sustainability of the accountable care movement," said Governor Mike Leavitt, Founder and Chairman of Leavitt Partners and Co-chair of the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative.
"Using real-world examples like these is fundamental to competency-based learning," said WGU President Scott D. Pulsipher. "As we continue to develop the ACLC, we look forward to the addition of more learning resources like these, which will support the growth of the accountable care movement."
The provider organizations included in the inaugural CSB series include:
- Advocate Health
- Arizona Connected Care
- Atrius Health
- Centura Health
- Children's Hospital of Orange County
- Collaborative Health ACO
- Cornerstone Health
- HackensackAlliance ACO
- Henry Ford Health Systems
- Memorial Hermann ACO
- MyHealth First Network
- New West Physicians
- Northern Arizona Healthcare
- OneCare Vermont
- Park Nicollet Health Services
- Sharp HealthCare
- Signature Medical Group
- St. Vincent's Health Partners
- UT Southwestern
The complete series is available at https://www.accountablecarelc.org/CSB
About the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC)
The ACLC accelerates the transition to accountable care by identifying what providers need to succeed in value-based payment models. Through collaborative forums, members contribute their understanding and experience in the real world of accountable care implementation. The ACLC is managed by Leavitt Partners, LLC.
About Western Governors University (WGU)
The ACLC is housed at Western Governors University, a leading innovator in health care education. Nonprofit and online, WGU offers more than 60 bachelor's and master's degree programs that are accredited, flexible, and competency based, serving the needs of working adults. Degree programs include nursing, health informatics, business administration, and integrated health care management. WGU prepares future leaders for the world of accountable care.
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SOURCE Accountable Care Learning Collaborative at Western Governors University