Deliver high-quality, cost-effective, patient-centered care to the communities we serve through a network of integrated providers dedicated to superior patient experiences.
Orange Care Group will distinguish itself as a national leader in physician-led, population health management.
Empower providers to assist their patients every step of the way through improved patient care coordination; right care, right time, right setting.
Ensure the most current evidence-based medicine is built into wellness and care plans used for Chronic Care Management, Transitional Care Management, Advanced Care Management, and Preventive Care.
Leverage best-of-breed technologies to customize solutions based on practice and patient needs, leading to increased quality and decreased costs.
WHAT WE DO:
Our knowledgeable, skilled, and caring clinical staff delivers the tools and information needed to enable physicians and patients to make better decisions about their healthcare.
We foster transparency between the patient, their physicians, and their allied healthcare team members in order to increase the patient’s quality of care, satisfaction, and self-management.
By prudently coordinating care across all healthcare settings, Orange promotes better healthcare outcomes for our patients.
ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATIONS
ACOs are groups of doctors and other healthcare providers who come together voluntarily to give coordinated, high-quality care to their Medicare patients.
Our Partners Include:
INDEPENDENT PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATION ("IPA") / MANAGEMENT SERVICES ORGANIZATION ("MSO")
Orange Care Group operates a network of independent, primary care physician practices that have been assembled for the purpose of pursuing value-based and risk-based arrangements with health plans and employers.
Orange Care Group, LLC’s Independent Physician Association (“IPA”) is the first independent, physician-led organization to join the Atlantic Coast Health Network (“ACHN”)—Memorial Health Network’s and Holy Cross Physician Partners’ Super Clinically Integrated Network (“Super-CIN”).
Clinical integration is the collaboration between physicians, ancillary health providers and hospitals with the goal of improving the health of a community in a patient-centered way. CINs coordinate care across the health care continuum to ensure the right care is delivered at the right place at the right time—all at the right cost. CINs focus on patient satisfaction as well as quality of care and outcomes, while optimizing healthcare utilization and costs.
Orange Care Group IPA is party to an Organized Health Care Agreement (“OHCA”) with its physician participants. An OHCA provides an organized system of health care in which “Covered Entitles” (as defined at 45 C.F.R.160.103) hold themselves out to the public as participating in a joint arrangement and participate in one or more of the following joint activities: utilization review, quality assessment and improvement, or payment activities involving shared financial risk. Among other things, the OHCA facilitates the communication and sharing of “Protected Health Information” (as defined in link above) in order to more effectively coordinate care for patients treated by physicians and other healthcare professionals who are parties to the OHCA.
Our Partners Include: Cigna, Florida Blue, Humana & Atlantic Coast Health Network
Our Board of Directors and Executive Leadership Team work to make Orange beneficial for both Providers and Patients.