Get a quick look at the winners and losers in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) in performance year 2017.
The big winner again is Scottsdale Health Partners, which managed 25,000 members, saved $46.2 million and earned $19.5 million.
Newcomer Abacus, which manages 28,000 members in Southern Arizona, saved $7.9 million earning a share of $3.7 million.
Next up, Commonwealth Primary Care ACO – CEO Lance Donkerbrook must feel like he’s kissed his sister because they saved the government $1.2 million but they won’t share a dime of the savings, again.
All other Arizona MSSP ACOs spent over benchmark.
North Central Arizona Accountable Care missed the benchmark by $6 million. However, its quality score was an impressive 99.7 percent.
Banner Health Network missed its benchmark by $4 million on almost 53,000 members, and doesn’t earn shared savings for the first time since leaving the Pioneer model and moving to Track 3.
Arizona Care Network missed its benchmark by $3.6 million and its quality score for its Track 1 program dropped from 89 to 82 percent.
Lastly, John C. Lincoln ACO was only $11.7 million over benchmark, an improvement after missing its benchmark by $28 million in 2016.
All Arizona ACOs in the MSSP program in 2017 were on Track 1 except Banner Health Network.
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