Together, We Can Be Healthcare Change Makers
The United States cannot sustain the current method of healthcare delivery. A commitment from fee-for-service to value-based care is a commitment to change for the better—better care is better business. Driving change and getting results takes a reliable, reputable team. With ICS, Direct Contracting Entities (DCEs) gain a trusted partner and advisor on their journey to make real change in the real world.
But real change requires a complete transformation of care. Unlike other value-based programs, DCEs are challenged by taking on fully-capitated risk. It’s no small task.
Handing off care coordination can be a game-changer.
As a DCE, handing off care coordination that provides high-tech, high-touch solutions and peace of mind solves the following challenges:
- CMS’ expectation that DCEs grow and scale quickly
- Operational burden of being a healthcare entity and securing providers
- Operating with multiple partners and communication breakdowns
- Totally transforming how patient care is addressed
In the end, our goal is shared: Achieving optimal patient care at lower costs. Take a look at our white paper where we break down these challenges and deliver solutions:
Launch into Success
At ICS, our team of interdisciplinary experts is trained in proprietary, data-driven processes to care for and transition patients throughout the care continuum. We remove the burden of care coordination by sharing the risk of delivering the best care at the right time and right cost to your patient populations. With our high-tech, high-touch approach, DCEs rely on us to manage care and report progress at every step along the way.
Start the DCE journey right by partnering with ICS, and start relying on our care coordination to improve your patient experiences and reduce your overall costs of care. See how we support our partners with these measurable outcomes …
- 10% average reduction in readmissions
- 11% average reduction in cost of care
- 24% decrease in clinically-inappropriate utilization