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As a member of the ACLC, you’ll have quick access to the latest information about accountable care activity, both governmental and commercial. You’ll connect with other ACLC members through networking opportunities, and have access to collaborative forums that can lead to actionable steps in implementing accountable care. In addition, you’ll qualify for special discounts at WGU.
The Value Based Readiness Assessment (VBRA) is a GPS for an organization's journey to high-performance under risk-based contracts. The VBRA is a leadership tool comprised of an online survey, staff educational tool, and proprietary analytic model that helps executive leaders tailor their value-based strategy based on the readiness and alignment of the workforce.
ACLC’s online member portal includes a library of all materials produced by the ACLC, as well as resources produced by other notable organizations, such as academic journal articles, white papers, toolkits, etc.
Issue briefs are short summaries (1–2 pages) of major developments in the accountable care movement, such as the release of CMS regulations or performance results. Summaries will be produced within 24 to 48 hours of significant events.
ACLC members will have access to daily-updated national and market data on ACOs through Torch Insight (TI). TI is an analytic platform that aggregates public and private data metrics for unique industry insights.
ACLC members will receive a weekly email with exclusive briefs, invitations and summaries of the most significant recent developments in the accountable care.
In collaborative forums and calls, members will address critical issues in these domains:
Committees expand on the learning of the Accountable Care Atlas through intimate discussions and conversations with providers implementing successful value-based programs.
The ACLC holds webinars that highlight the Collaborative Workgroup findings or that explore other important aspects of accountable care.
Members are invited to two exclusive ACLC events annually, and receive discounted admission to the ACO Summit.
Members will have access to an online portal for networking and collaboration. This portal includes inter-member messaging, collaborative forums, and a resource library.
WGU now offers a master's degree program in Integrated Healthcare Management to help prepare midlevel professionals become strategists, innovators, analysts, and tactical managers in accountable healthcare. Employees of ACLC member organizations will receive discounted tuition to this degree program - apply now and take the next step in becoming a leader in your field.