What is an Accountable Care Organization?
An Accountable Care Organization – or ACO – is a group of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers that work as a team to give you high-quality, coordinated health care. Learn more about how ACOs can support your health care needs and goals. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Resources has produced the following short video with more detail:
We are an entire team focused on your well-being
At Pathways Health Partners, we know that it takes more than one person to give great care to patients. That’s why our primary care doctors, specialists, advanced practitioners, nurses, and other caregivers work together as a team to care for you. Behavioral health care providers are also an important part of our primary care team. You can find comfort in knowing that more people are working together to keep you healthy and care for you when you are sick.
Healthcare you Deserve
Your wellbeing is important to us. That is why we give you the resources you need to find the healthcare you deserve. We will connect with your healthcare provider to create a quality care plan to ensure you have the services you need when you need it most.
Pathways, in association with Medicare and your personal provider, will work to increase your access to healthcare resources by working as your patient advocate. Our commitment is to deliver care at the right time, in the right place, and by the right provider.
We will work hard to find you what you need. Please follow this link below to help us determine if Pathways should help coordinate your care.