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Practice Fusion Partners with Healthagen's Practice iQ to Help Physician Groups Perform as ACOs
Date:1/13/2014

e in three doctors in the Practice Fusion community participating in at least one value-based care initiative, this agreement will combine our best-in-class EHR with Practice iQ's leading suite of population health technology and services."

Practice iQ, a Healthagen business within Aetna, offers a suite of payer-neutral care management, integrated health care technology and business services to help independent physician groups operate and succeed with a range of value-based reimbursement models.  Included among the resources these groups need to transition from volume to value are population health management tools that allow doctors to monitor the health of their whole patient population and improve care quality. With Practice Fusion's user-friendly, free web-based EHR, doctors migrating to a value-based care model have a simple, digital platform with built-in connectivity to the tools powering their ACO or PCMH.

"Practice iQ understands the pressures faced by independent physicians as the health care environment shifts from volume-based to value-based care," said Brian Parker, president of Practice iQ. "Adapting to this new model can seem overwhelming, but Practice iQ is dedicated to helping doctors navigate through the changes and emerge successful. Working with Practice Fusion, we can deliver care coordination information to doctors within their current EHR workflow to streamline the process and improve their success."

Key details:

  • Practice Fusion has teamed up with Practice iQ to provide an affordable easy way for a group of primary care physicians to participate in value-based reimbursement and benefit from health reform
  • Practice iQ provides technology, care management programs and services, and additional resources to guide practices through their transition to value-based care
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