A recent project report released by the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and JPMorgan Chase’s new health initiative, Morgan Health, presents the case for advanced primary care (APC), arguing that a new vision and approach is desperately needed to increase the effectiveness and address the rising costs of traditional, employer-sponsored healthcare.
The authors assert that such partnerships provide companies with:
Access to needed capabilities
Person-centered, answerable payment reforms
The ability to provide employees with high-quality care at a more affordable price
Webinar on transforming healthcare with ACP
The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy also released a webinar given by McClellan and Mendelson, moderated by Joanne Kenen, Politico, and including Liz Fowler, The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), and Elizabeth Carpenter, Avalere Health.
The webinar also refers to Vera’s work in this field and examines topics including:
Opportunities afforded by APC
Ways for employers to lead the charge
Your partner in APC
The project report and webinar are both excellent examinations of how APC is a key element in offering people-centered healthcare. At Vera Whole Health, we’re excited to be an instrumental part in providing access to this new model. We proudly help employers revolutionize their approach to healthcare, provide richer benefit packages at a lower cost-of-care, increase employee satisfaction, and more.