MILWAUKEE – Humana Inc. and Integrated Health Network of
Wisconsin are introducing a three-year Accountable Care
Agreement in order to improve seniors’ health and
wellness, effective as of Thursday, January 1, 2015.
agreement will restructure health care delivery to
better control costs and increase standards of care for
seniors in Wisconsin.
Humana’s Medicare Advantage members will have access to
Integrated Health Network’s broad range of facilities
and physicians in Wisconsin.
integrated network currently includes 42 hospitals, 500
clinics and more than 5,000 physicians spanning
northern, central, western and eastern Wisconsin.
foundation of the new agreement is based upon Humana’s
Accountable Care Continuum.
continuum is a stepped approach to pay-for-value
reimbursement that allows the company to implement
different value-based partnerships with hospitals and
doctors based on their infrastructure and value-based
partnership will also offer more personalized care and a
broad range of population management tools like
predictive analytics, chronic disease management and
focus will be on care coordination and leveraging
measures as defined by the National Committee for
Quality Assurance Healthcare Effectiveness Data and
Information Set like diabetes care and treatment, breast
cancer screenings, colorectal cancer screenings and