Aplos Provider Network is a high performance, clinically integrated healthcare provider network for Employers that is focused on high quality outcomes and cost savings initiatives. Our Providers and care teams focus on early detection, prevention, wellness programs, disease management, and post-discharge programs that reduce hospital admissions, readmissions and much more. Our Providers deliver both lower costs and higher quality healthcare services through a patient-centered medical home model that is patient-centered, evidence-based, appropriate, and coordinated.
Our Clinically Integrated Network, Technology and analytics solutions improve the performance of our Provider and care teams by sharing patient medical information for a more efficient team approach to healthcare delivery, reducing duplication of health services, improving prompt healthcare delivery, reducing unnecessary hospital and other healthcare services.
Robust data-sharing and effective quality measurement play a critical role as well in identifying providers delivering quality care at a lower cost. Quality standards for our Networks are well-defined, rigorous, and derived from sufficient data in order to drive performance delivering quality outcomes and make a substantial impact on health care spending. We follow the Medicare and American Family of Physician guidance on quality measure programs for our Providers.
With more than 30 years’ experience in clinical quality improvement and cost savings, we have the strategic advisory expertise, healthcare analytical capabilities and operational experience to help our clients determine what insights they should derive from their analytics, what actions they should take to drive improvements, and how they should prioritize and plan for success. Our solutions include: clinical integration, health data analytics and modeling, provider and patient portals, virtual health and more.
The Employer Direct to Advanced Primary Care financing and delivery model provides an alternative to traditional FFS-based primary care models, and it greatly improves the patient-doctor relationship, reduces the fragmentation of patient care, and improves both personal and professional satisfaction for physicians. This alternative primary care arrangement generates systemwide reductions in health care utilization including hospitalization rates, emergency department usage, unnecessary radiology and diagnostic tests, and specialist care, leading to broad-based health care cost savings.
The Aplos Behavioral Health Network integrates with primary care and the entire care team. Patients demonstrate improved outcomes when physical and mental health are treated together in an integrated care model.