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Member responsibilities

 Jennifer Ambur, MD, John A. Haugen Associates, P.A.










 Jennifer Ambur, MD
John A. Haugen Associates, P.A.
Physician and clinic members meet criteria including quality indicators (e.g., board certification), outcomes (quality initiatives and patient experience survey results), patient access and alignment with geographic needs to serve our patients.

Clinics annually must meet FPA Network Board-approved defined clinical performance objectives.
CPOs typically include:

Defined quality measures, and/or
participation in a quality initiative

Defined Patient experience survey goals

Other FPA clinical performance objectives as
determined by FPA Care Delivery and Quality Improvement Committee


Clinical performance objectives

FPA Network requires all member clinics to participate in annual clinical performance objectives (CPOs). We design our CPOs to improve patient care, enhance clinical integration and support our mission to heal, discover and educate for longer, healthier lives. CPOs demonstrate alignment with our efforts to meet the Triple Aim of providing superior clinical outcomes, patient experience and excellent value.

Assessment of patient experience
Measuring patient experience provides valuable feedback to clinic leaders, providers and patients. We expect clinics to participate in annual patient experience measurement as directed by our annual CPOs.
                                                                             
Assessment of quality
Our primary care clinic practices fulfill the quality CPO requirements through participation in our clinical measurement program. This program supports evidenced-based clinical guidelines and uses metrics driven by Minnesota Community Measurement and payers.

Our specialty care clinics fulfill the quality CPO requirement by participating in clinical measurement to include Meaningful Use and Physician Quality Reporting System reporting or by conducting a quality initiative with defined goals and objectives. Specialty clinics also may fulfill the quality requirement by participating on an FPA Network committee.

Our annual CPOs may also require primary and/or specialty care participation in additional initiatives. For example, in 2016, primary care clinics are required to participate in coding education.

Pioneer Accountable Care Organization

Managing the health of Medicare beneficiaries

Since 2011, Fairview has participated in a demonstration project with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI). The Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) is designed to improve clinical quality and patient experience while reducing the total cost of care for Medicare beneficiaries. In this model, FPA Network is accountable for managing the health of more than 13,000 Medicare beneficiaries who are attributed to our primary care Fairview Health Network member clinics.

For details, please visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY: 1-877-486-2048.

Learn more here

Compliance

It is imperative that Medicare ACO participants have an effective compliance program that includes the necessary elements to ensure that all providers and suppliers are well educated and trained on the issue of compliance. It is critical that all providers and suppliers comply with the laws and perform all job duties with the highest levels of fairness, honesty, accuracy, and integrity.

Medicare ACO Contractual Requirements

Compliance information and hotline: 800.530.4694 or 612.672.2300

Discrimination is Against the Law. We comply with applicable Federal civil rights laws. We do not discriminate against, exclude or treat people differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.
 
 
 
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