ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATIONS AWARD WINNERS – GROUP
The ACO group award winners recognize communities who have distinguished themselves in the area of care delivery.
ACO Community of the Year - Springhill Medical Services
For transforming care delivery, promoting primary care initiatives even during a pandemic, and supporting the team with training. This organization is part of our full services branch, the Comprehensive ACO program.
ACO Community of the Year – Crouse Health
For transforming care delivery, promoting primary care initiatives even during a pandemic, and supporting the team with training. This organization is part of our consultative services branch, the Partnership ACO program.
Commitment to Preventive Care - Coal Country Community Health Center
For leading a robust annual wellness visit program.
Leadership in Care Coordination - Fisher-Titus Medical Center
For commitment to supporting and treating patients with multiple chronic conditions.
ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATIONS AWARD WINNERS – INDIVIDUAL
The individual awards recognize those health care professionals who serve as models of high-quality care delivery.
All Star ACO Champions – Kelly Fluharty, Winona Health & Margaret Rose, Ridgecrest Regional Hospital
For overall ACO leadership in advancing the cause of improving quality and reducing costs.
Most Valuable Population Health Nurses – Ashley Kilpatrick, Sullivan County Community Hospital & Karen Koenig, Alcona Citizens for Health, Inc.
For excellence in addressing patient needs and tangibly improving their quality of life.
Outstanding Physician Leadership – John Rudolph, Tri-State Memorial Hospital
For going above and beyond to lead care teams, improve patient’s lives, and serve as models of successful care transformation.
Most Valuable Partnership Managers – Adriana Arbelaez, WakeMed Physician Practices & Kristen Ford, Carle Health
For excellence in managing operations to optimize quality of care and enhance team-based care.
CPC+ MVP of the Year – Shilpa Chawla, Ajay Chawla, MD
For exceptional, results-driven management of a practice in the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus initiative.
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