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Total net savings to the Medicare Program since 2012, generated by CHS Partner ACOs
Cumulative earned savings for CHS Partner Medicare ACOs (MSSP and Next Generation ACOs) since PY2012
Total net savings to the Medicare Trust Fund in PY2020
Shared savings earned by CHS Partner Medicare Shared Savings Program ACOs in PY2020
Current Medicare beneficiaries cared for across the country by CHS Partner Providers
Increase in Primary Care Services by CHS Partner Primary Care Providers
Increased patient visits to CHS Partner Providers within 30 days of hospital discharge
Reduction of hospitalizations per thousand beneficiaries year-over-year since CHS ACOs launch
Reduction in Skilled Nursing Facility discharge per thousand beneficiaries
Results based on 2019 and 2020 CMS Quality Performance Reports, 2019 and 2020 MSSP Performance Year Annual Expenditure and Utilization Reports, NGACO 2019 and 2020 Claims.
We are extremely proud to have generated total savings for the Medicare Shared Savings Program and our providers. We are fully committed to providing high-quality preventive care and chronic disease management to Medicare beneficiaries in our ACO and are grateful the program allows us to demonstrate how we as community health centers can provide increasing value, not only to the healthcare system, but to more than 8,500 Medicare Fee-For-Service beneficiaries in the state of Georgia.
A 75 year old female was living with her two developmentally disabled daughters when she was hospitalized and later admitted to a SNF for rehab. The beneficiary was adamant about returning home, but her therapist was concerned about her caregivers. The CHS Social Worker requested that the therapist provide caregiver training and schedule a home evaluation. The beneficiary’s daughters were enthusiastic to receive the training and passed. The beneficiary was able to return safely home, as she had wished, rather than being unnecessarily admitted to a long-term care facility.