Information for providers participating in the Accountable Care Coalition of Georgia
The Accountable Care Coalition of Georgia is designed to reinforce your best efforts by providing:
- a framework for improved coordination of care
- added clinical support
- new resources to close gaps in care coordination for Medicare Fee-For-Service beneficiaries (beneficiaries)
The Accountable Care Coalition of Georgia has been accepted to participate as a Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organization (ACO). Our ACO is committed to meeting the three objectives set forth by the Federal government: improved care for individuals; improved health for populations; and, lower growth in expenditures.
Collaborative Health Systems (CHS) will support the ACO with services ranging from health information analytics to care coordination and certain other administrative support.
Below you will find links to useful documents and forms:
Provider Handbook (PDF)
A complete guide to our ACO, including a checklist for participating providers and their staff.
Accountable Care Organizations: What Providers Need to Know
Information on what the Shared Savings Program means for health care providers and suppliers.
The following document can be shared with beneficiaries to help them understand the ACO program: Medicare Shared Savings Program--Accountable Care Organizations (PDF)
What is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO)?
An ACO is a group of doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers who come together voluntarily to coordinate care for the beneficiaries they serve.
Learn more about Accountable Care Organizations.
Learn more about Collaborative Health Systems.
Click here to access the Collaborative Health Systems ACO Training Website for Providers.
To report issues to the ACO Compliance Officer, call: