- Medicare Shared Savings Program Results
- Medicare Shared Savings Program Tracks
- Medicare Shared Savings Program Wiki
- Advance Payment ACO Model
- Medicare ACO Quality Performance
- Quality Measures to Assess Healthcare ACO
- Value-Based Purchasing of Healthcare, Accountable Care Organizations
- Performance-Based Healthcare Payment
- Accountable Care Organization Shared Savings Program 2015-2019
- ACO Healthcare
- Medicare ACO List
- Medicare Shared Savings Program
- ACO Organizations
- Medicare ACO
- Accountable Care Organisations
- Performance-Based Payment
Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO 2015-2019
This dataset shows the Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) for 2015-2019. The Shared Savings Program ACO participants are groups of doctors and other health care providers who voluntarily work together with Medicare to give high-quality service to Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries.
This interim final rule with comment period establishes policies for assessing the financial and quality performance of Medicare Shared Savings Program (Shared Savings Program) Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) affected by extreme and uncontrollable circumstances during performance year 2018, including the applicable quality reporting period for the performance year. Under the Shared Savings Program, providers of services and suppliers that participate in ACOs continue to receive traditional Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) payments under Parts A and B, but the ACO may be eligible to receive a shared savings payment if it meets specified quality and savings requirements.
This dataset contains the Organizations of 2015 Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organizations (ACO). The Medicare Shared Savings Program (or Shared Savings Program) facilitates coordination among providers to improve the quality of care for Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries while reducing the growth in health care costs. Eligible providers, hospitals, and suppliers may apply to participate in the Shared Savings Program by creating or participating in an Accountable Care Organization (ACO).
Congress created the Shared Savings Program to facilitate coordination and cooperation among providers to improve the quality of care for Medicare Fee-For-Service (FFS) beneficiaries and reduce unnecessary costs. The Shared Savings Program will reward ACOs that lower their growth in health care costs while meeting performance standards on quality of care and putting patients first.
Participation in an ACO is purely voluntary. Medicare Shared Savings Program (Shared Savings Program) Accountable Care Organizations serve Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries in 49 of the 50 States and the District of Columbia. Since ACOs first began participating in the program in early 2012, thousands of health care providers have signed on to participate in the program, working together to provide better care to Medicare’s seniors and people with disabilities.
The Shared Savings Program has different tracks that allow ACOs to select an arrangement that makes the most sense for their organization.
About this Dataset
John Snow Labs; Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services;
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|ACO_Year||Coverage year of Medicare Shared Savings Program Performance Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019)||date||-|
|ACO_Number||ACO Number assigned to groups of doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers, who come together voluntarily to give coordinated high-quality care to their Medicare patients.||string||-|
|ACO_Name||Accountable Care Organization Name||string||-|
|ACO_Service_Area||ACO Service Location||string||-|
|Agreement_Start_Date||Date when agreement was started||date||-|
|Track_1||Track 1 ACOs do not assume downside risk (shared losses) if they do not lower growth in Medicare expenditures.||integer||level : Nominal|
|Track_1_Plus||Medicare ACO Track 1+ Model (Track 1+ Model) ACOs assume limited downside risk (less than Track 2 or Track 3).||integer||level : Nominal|
|Track_2||Track 2 ACOs may share in savings or repay Medicare losses depending on performance. Track 2 ACOs may share in a greater portion of savings than Track 1 ACOs.||integer||level : Nominal|
|Track_3||Track 3 ACOs may share in savings or repay Medicare losses depending on performance. Track 3 ACOs take on the greatest amount of risk, but may share in the greatest portion of savings if successful.||integer||level : Nominal|
|ACO_Address||Accountable Care Organization Address||string||-|
|ACO_Website_Address||Accountable Care Organization Website Link||string||-|
|ACO_Executive_Name||ACO Executive name to contact for proposed or existing quality measures for implementation in CMS reporting programs.||string||-|
|ACO_Executive_Email||ACO Executive Email Address||string||-|
|ACO_Executive_Phone||The number used for proposed or existing quality measures for implementation in CMS reporting programs.||string||-|
|ACO_Public_Name||Contact Person Name for Public ACO||string||-|
|ACO_Public_Email||Email address of Contact Person||string||-|
|ACO_Public_Phone||Phone Number of Contact Person||string||-|
|Zip_Code||Zip Code of the organization||integer||level : Nominal|
|Latitude||Latitude location of organization||number||-|
|Longitude||Longitude location of organization||number||-|