2019 ACLC Committees

  • Published on:
  • December 17, 2018

To sign up for your committee(s), email daniel.chipping@leavittpartners.com

Beginning in January 

(additional topics beginning as soon as February)

Committee on Structuring Value-Based Contracts
(Competency #7)

Committee on Patient Feedback Integration
(Competency #12)


The transition to value-based care will require provider-payer alignment on critical aspects of risk-sharing contracts, including data sharing, quality measurement, and sharing determination methods.  
This committee will discuss the best way to engender provider-payer collaboration through a thorough and clear-eyed discussion of the essential negotiation elements.


Providers are increasingly interested in using patient feedback a variety of ways, including adding to care plans to improve outcomes, adjusting organization policies and traditions to enhance patient experience, and adding insight into strategic direction and planning.
This committee will address methods and tools for incorporating feedback, overcoming concerns and barriers, and building a culture of patient centeredness.


Interviews – Jan 2-11


  • Jan. 17, 2 ET
  • Feb. 12, 2 ET
  • Mar. 5 (half-day, in-person, Chicago, IL)


Interviews – Jan 2-11


  • Jan. 17, 2 ET
  • Feb. 12, 2 ET
  • Mar. 5 (half-day, in-person, Chicago, IL)



Hannover Re



The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)




Throughout 2019, the ACLC will host a series of discussions with providers on the practical implementation of value-based care. The discussions will take place in provider-led committees with the collective knowledge aggregated and shared nationally. Provider committees will be joined by sponsoring organizations also contributing their knowledge to the discussions. All ACLC members will have an opportunity to observe committee discussions.


Each committee will develop industry resources that focus on their respective topic. Resources developed by the committee may include Case Study Briefs (CSBs), competency guides (a more detailed description of the competency implementation process), toolkits, and webinars. The committee will co-develop its discussion agenda through interviews that identify key information, concerns and knowledge. Committee members will also determine the appropriate output(s) that will be most beneficial to industry success in value.

All Committee Topics (16 Total)

The areas selected are derived from a consolidated view of the ACLC Accountable Care Atlas.


Patient Needs Assessment

1. Identify and develop value-oriented leaders


8. Ingest all available patient information

9. Use patient information to inform care delivery

Care Delivery

Patient Care Access

2. Identify and engage high-value providers

3. Educate all stakeholders on value-based efforts

10. Adjust partnerships to optimize capacity and resources



Care Coordination

4. Assess financial requirements for value-based operations

5. Establish parameters for financial collaboration with partners

6. Align professional & financial incentives with value-based objectives

7. Structure and negotiate value-based contracts


11. Enable patients to manage own health needs and resources

12. Incorporate patient direction & feedback into care delivery efforts

13. Provide care team access to all relevant patient data

14. Use evidence-based care guidelines to inform care delivery efforts

15. Address social determinants of health

16. Ensure effective transitions between care teams