Collaborating to Succeed in

The Next Phase in Accountable Care

Membership

  • Actionable
    Intelligence
    • Comprehensive up-to-date database of public and private ACOs
    • Vendor-ACO Fit-Matching service
    • Expert-led workgroups that produce concrete and helpful ACO tools and guides
    • Access to original ACO research, research summaries, and case studies
    • ACO evaluations
    • Diverse online content archive and resource library
  • ACLC
    Competencies
    • Customized accountable care consulting
    • Original online competency-based learning programs customized for key members of the ACO workforce
    • Online degree granting programs for developing accountable care leaders
    • Discounts on formal accountable care education for employees
  • Peer
    Networking
    • State-of-the-art online education
    • 24/7 access to online resources

Leadership

The Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC) is co-chaired by former HHS Secretary and Utah Governor Mike Leavitt and former CMS Administrator and FDA Commissioner Dr. Mark McClellan. With unparalleled experience, policy expertise, and vision, the ACLC’s leadership brings an unmatched repository of knowledge, resources, and industry-leading insight to members.

Members join together at the forefront of accountable care innovation to understand the landscape, engage in policy and collaboratively identify solutions.

Join us

What many risk-bearing entities lack today is a clear understanding of what is required to succeed, and there’s no better way to accomplish that than through industry collaboration.

Daniel McCabe
MD, CEO, Arizona Connected Care

News & Publications

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  • Publications

    Risk Stratification Competency Orientation Guide

    As organizations commit to contracts requiring accountability for population costs and quality, care teams are looking for ways to prioritize their efforts to help the patients most in need. Risk...

  • Publications

    Care Transitions Competency Orientation Guide

    One of the clear goals of the transition to value-based care has been to financially incentivize stronger connections between the various settings of care. Care transitions require collaboration...

  • Publications

    Financial Readiness Competency Orientation Guide

    New value-based contracts are requiring different operational competencies from providers regardless of their configuration. Organizations need to understand the operational implications, so they...