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Accountable Care Options is one of a select group of physician directed organizations organizations accepted into the Medicare Shared Savings Program to improve patient access, medical quality and care coordination in South Florida.
We are committed to the principle that high standards of medical treatment, coordinated by a skilled and caring primary care physician produces improved outcomes for our Medicare Fee-for-Service patients while assuring viability of the Medicare Medicare Program for our children and grandchildren.
Primary Care Focused
As a Primary Care Provider, do you agree the current system of health care might be vastly improved if you were provided with the resources, tools and funding necessary to take charge of your patients’ complete medical picture?
Is a significant portion of your private practice comprised of people with Medicare Fee-for-Service, who demand freedom of choice in specialists and hospitals?
If you answered “Yes” to these questions, you owe it to your patients and your practice to learn more about Accountable Care Options and the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
The Accountable Care Options Approach
We achieve these goals through the adoption of state of the art medical technology and protocols, proactive care coordination and development of patient-physician partnership models. Our approach focuses on aggressively addressing the chronic conditions that affect our health, our longevity and our quality of life. Our success is measured against nationally recognized standards for evidence based medicine, independent patient surveys and quality outcomes for our Medicare Fee-for-Service patients.
Fee For Service Plus
Through proven programs that reduce service duplication and adverse medical outcomes, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) like Accountable Care Options strive to generate significant savings for the Medicare program, while raising the bar for quality, preventive care and coordination.
You, as a participating provider, will enjoy 70% of the net Shared Savings we receive from Medicare, in addition to being paid your usual fees for services you render to your patients; with no downside or investment risk.