Partnership and Leadership
Success is built on strength. So we look for partners who are leaders in their markets. By combining their strengths with ours, we’re able to transform care even faster. Our leading partners:
Central Ohio Primary Care: the largest independent medical group in the country with 40 percent of the local market and significantly better than expected clinical outcomes
Austin Regional Clinic: one of the largest multispecialty medical groups based in the Greater Austin area
Premier Physicians: an independent, physician-owned practice that has been serving Austin families for more than 25 years
Pioneer Physicians Network: an independent physician group in Northeast Ohio comprised of over 50 primary care providers
Capital Medical Clinic: started in 1934 in Austin Texas, Capital Medical Clinic is a private medical group practice specializing in Internal Medicine
Physician Group of Southeastern Ohio: formed by a core group of 23 independent primary care physicians in Muskingum and Perry counties in Southeastern Ohio, striving to maintain their independence while providing quality care to their patients, Physician Group of Southeastern Ohio has grown to 45 physicians in five counties in Southeastern Ohio
PriMED Physicians: a leading multi-specialty, physician-owned independent physician group in the Greater Dayton area, PriMED Physicians has 57 physicians in 20 locations throughout Dayton
Preferred Primary Care Physicians: Founded in 1995 by ten primary care physicians who shared a commitment to provide the highest quality care to the patients they care for, today, Preferred Primary Care Physicians consists of 41 board-certified physicians and 25 practice locations covering the South Hills, Pittsburgh, Charleroi and Uniontown
Buffalo Medical Group: Founded in 1946, Buffalo Medical Group is one of the oldest and largest physician directed group practices in New York State. Today, Buffalo Medical Group has 19 locations, serving over 15,000 patients a year.
Wilmington Health: Since 1971, Wilmington Health has been committed to the care and health of the community in the Southeastern North Carolina area. Physician-owned primary care and multi-specialty medical practice, Wilmington Health is committed to collaborative, evidence-based medicine and provides the highest quality of patient care.
The Toledo Clinic: Established in 1926, The Toledo Clinic is a rapidly expanding multispecialty private practice in the northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. Independent physician owned and managed practice of 192 physicians and over 1,300 employees serve over 300,000 patients.
Starling Physicians: Connecticut’s leading multispecialty group, Starling physicians offer 27 specialties in 32 convenient locations. Starling Physicians is owned and led by physicians, and share a deep commitment to providing the highest quality care, while building enduring relationships with Medicare patients.
MDX Hawai’i: the largest organized delivery system for Medicare Advantage patients in Hawaii.
Golden Valley Health Centers: The FQHC dedicated to providing exceptional healthcare with the 36 health center locations in the Central Valley of California
The Market is Ready. Are you?
With consumer demand growing for more efficient, coordinated care, the market is ready for an Operating System that allows physicians to re-imagine the way healthcare is delivered. That’s why leading providers and payors are already exploring partnerships with agilon health.
Two expanding markets we’re committed to serving:
Seniors: 1 in 3 seniors nationally are enrolled in Medicare Advantage. They are voting with their feet for an organized and coordinated system of care unavailable through traditional Medicare. As a result, health plans are increasingly seeking partners like agilon health to respond to these consumer demands.
Vulnerable Populations: Our partners serve over 200,000 Medicaid patients throughout central and southern California and are committed to expanding access to coordinated care in these communities. In fact, Medicaid health plan executives regularly reach out to discuss how we can support innovation and collaboration with their providers.
To truly transform the delivery of care, there are a few critical philosophies agilon health partners and collaborators must embrace.
Provider partners: Philosophically must believe that moving to value-based care, and more specifically to risk-based contracts, is critical for long-term sustainability of the health care system and their physician organization. Our model is built on partnership, so we can be flexible with what each party brings to the relationship and what capabilities are brought to the local market.
Health plans: Must embrace the idea that empowered physician organizations will optimally and sustainably influence healthcare quality and cost.
Practice Made More Perfect?
The delegated capitation model has a lot of benefits for practicing physicians and the healthcare system as a whole.
– Delinking compensation from service volume allows us to incentivize team-based approaches for an increased patient base and improved outcomes.
– Outside of the fee-for-service environment, coordination of services, wellness programs and specialized services for patients with chronic conditions can be offered sustainably.
– Providers have access to total cost of care data for each patient (by service) for enhanced analytics and transparency.
– Physicians can coordinate care to ensure patients receive the best care at the lowest cost, creating efficiencies that can be fed back into innovative new patient programs.
From executive experience and proprietary technology to scalable programs, every component of our purpose-built Operating System works together to help transform care delivery and improve outcomes.