Parkview Care Partners

The Parkview Care Partners Clinical Integration Program facilitates the coordination of patient care across medical conditions, providers, settings and time. The result is patient-centered care that is safe, timely, effective and efficient, meeting or exceeding national quality standards.

 

Parkview Care Partners is a not-for-profit, physician-led care management organization uniting Parkview Health, Parkview Physicians Group, and independent physicians in Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio. This collaboration supports the use of best practices in evidence-based medicine, technology and EMR-based knowledge management in order to improve the coordination and quality of patient care while providing value to patients, providers and insurers.

Benefit plans that include Parkview Care Partners physicians and facilities give employers the ability to control healthcare costs while providing employees with high-quality, high-value health and wellness resources. Consistent, measured quality parameters mean providers are focused on the best care and optimal health for patients.

Physician leadership is important to a clinically integrated organization because for most patients, providers – especially in primary care – are the front door to the entire health system. Physician leaders serve on committees and work to restructure their practice to provide excellent service for every patient during every visit.
 

Patient benefits

  • Greater value for their health care dollar
  • More effective care management and outreach from a trusted source – their physician
  • More reliable information to support their choice of health plans, physicians and hospitals
  • Greater access and continuity in their relationship with their doctor and hospital
     

Employer benefits

  • The ability to more effectively manage the health care costs of employees and their dependents through the purchase of more efficient health care services focused on keeping employees well
  • Increased employee productivity and reduced absenteeism through better management of chronic disease
  • Lower health care costs over the long term through the reduction of variation in physician practice patterns
     

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