Aledade Featured in The New York Times
A Start-Up Suggests a Fix to the Health Care Morass
WINFIELD, Kan. — If you watched the drama in Washington last month, you may have come away with the impression that the American health care system is a hopeless mess.
Aledade: A New Model of Primary Care For Both Doctors and Patients.
At a time when it’s getting harder for primary care physicians to deliver quality, personalized care to the communities they serve, Aledade offers a new model that puts primary care doctors back where they should be: quarterbacking their patients’ health care. We do this by partnering with primary care physicians to build and lead Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) that enable them to focus on what’s best for their patients’ health.
A Real Partnership
In the Aledade model, primary care doctors can stay independent, practice medicine like they’ve always wanted to, and thrive by keeping their patients healthy.
For Health Plans
Coordination and Value
With Aledade, health plans benefit from a payment arrangement in which doctors have the incentive to prioritize prevention and provide high quality, coordinated care that keeps patients healthy and reduces costs.
In the Aledade model, doctors can focus on keeping patients healthy, not just treating them when they are sick.
Insight and Action
Working with Aledade’s innovative and user-friendly technology platform, physicians can track and manage their patients’ full spectrum of care.
The Aledade team presents nationwide on value based care. See where we’ll be next!
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