In our fragmented healthcare system, providers seldom have the opportunity to speak directly with employers, even though these employers pay for much of the healthcare expenses in this country.
Employers and health care providers are talking – finally. The two groups are discovering common goals and new solutions to improve health care quality, the consumer experience, and affordability.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended health care in America. The 31 multi-specialty medical groups that are part of the CAPP are at the forefront of the battle for their patients’ lives.
Austin Regional Clinic is a multispecialty medical group with a foundation of physician leadership, integrated systems, and coordinated care which proved indispensable in this current health crisis.
Over late 2019 and early 2020, CAPP partnered with the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions to conduct listening sessions with employers and health care purchasers across the U.S.
Sharp Rees-Stealy swung into action during the pandemic, ensuring those who might be infected with COVID-19 could be seen and treated safely, and providing a safe environment for routine patient care.
Disaster preparedness has become an integral part of health systems operations. The infrastructure organized health systems have put in place are serving them well during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a pediatrician, I have one of the best jobs in health care: keeping children healthy. It’s also a tremendous responsibility.
CAPP Chair Stephen Parodi, MD, joined a panel at the Self-Insured Institute of America’s national conference to share how coordinated cancer care can make a difference.