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CI-Now™ Brings Clinical Integration to Health Care Providers
Date:7/1/2010

etwork and its physician members currently serve nearly 1 million people in Chicagoland. Over the past seven years of operation, the APP network has demonstrated its value to the community through improvement in health outcomes and cost savings created by widespread adoption of evidence-based practices by network physicians.

“Advocate Physician Partners’ success in driving improvement in health care by creating collaboration among hospitals, physicians and payers has made it a leader in demonstrating the value of an integrated provider network for a community,” said Wesslund. “The processes and insights that APP has gained during their seven-year network development can be invaluable to health systems in their journey towards clinical integration and becoming an Accountable Care Organization.”

BDC Advisors is a health care consulting firm that has been working with leading organizations to design and build hospital-physician networks for 20 years.

“BDC has participated in the development of some of the most successful networks in the United States,” said Sacks. ”It has proven its ability to provide organizations with the road map to clinical integration and becoming an Accountable Care Organization.”

CI-Now has offices in Mount Prospect, Ill. and Miami. CI-NOW representatives can be reached at 847-390-3510, or by e-mail at dale(dot)anderson(at)bdcadvisors(dot)com, neal(dot)hogan(at)bdcadvisors(dot)com, or marty(dot)manning(at)advocatehealth(dot)com.

About Advocate Physician Partners (APP)
Advocate Physician Partners (APP), the care management and managed care contracting joint venture between the Advocate Health Care system and more than 3,400 physicians on the medical staffs of the nine Advocate hospitals. Operating as a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) for the past seven years, APP physician members currently serve nearly 1 million people in greater m
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