The ACO REACH Model
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) recently announced the ACO Realizing Equity, Access, and Community Health (REACH) Model. This new model is a redesign of the Global and Professional Direct Contracting Model (GPDC Model).
What is ACO REACH?
The voluntary ACO REACH model focuses on advancing health equity, access, and patient choice, and bringing the advantages of accountable care to Medicare beneficiaries in underserved communities.
ACO REACH will test an innovative payment scheme that should better support coordination and care delivery for patients who live in underserved communities. To participate, all ACO model participants must create and implement health equity plans that identify underserved communities and strive to reduce health disparities within them.
ACO REACH also intends to bolster provider leadership and governance by ensuring that a minimum of 75% of each ACO’s governing body is filled by participating healthcare providers (or their designated representatives).
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