Oncology Providers, Clinicians and Health Systems
The Oncology Patient Centered Medical Home can differentiate your oncology care for patients, payers, and referring physicians. Your practice or health care system will realize the value of OPCMH both in the delivery of care and in your business model. In this era of value based health care, OPCMH is a model for your organization.
Using this model, you can
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To view or download “Building the Oncology Medical Home, Parts I and II “ by John Sprandio and Susan Tofani, click here.
A New Value Proposition for Providers of Care
OPCMH is the answer to the call for value and the demonstration of results. The OPCMH model is leading the way in health care reform.
Value is defined as both quality and cost—and results from:
Understanding and implementing these new values allows practices, systems and payers to provide improved care through a proven better business model.
Proven Methods for Providers and Payer Relations
OPCMH is a proven methodology to enhance interactions among patients, care providers and between payers and providers. OPCMH can serve as:
The Impact of OPCMH: Demonstrated Outcomes—Quantifiable Results
OPCMH is not a theory. It is a model that has been fully implemented, tested, and validated. Even with increased patient volume, Dr. Sprandio’s practice, CMOH, has demonstrated significant reductions in patient emergency room visits and hospital stays.
OPCMH: The Journey Towards Performance Excellence
The Cancer Service Line plays a critical role within a health care system—through its programmatic offerings for patients as well as financial performance for the organization. To maximize performance—from patient experience to “accountable care”—many organizations are on the performance excellence journey.
OPCMH builds upon the NCQA framework of patient centered care delivery and coordination, serving as a model for performance excellence through: