Greater Genesee County ACO

 

Practicing Prevention

Practicing Prevention

All Greater Genesee County ACO physicians are dedicated to provide high quality health care for their patients. This includes health prevention. 

In accordance with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), the Great Genesee County ACO has adopted 33 core quality measures as a pillar for healthcare prevention.

Patient/Caregiver Experience

We have implemented 7 patient/caregiver experience CG-CAHPS measures to ensure that all patients are receiving the right care, right services and right support at their primary care physician offices. CG-CAHPS measures stand for Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Health Care Providers and Systems. CG-CAHPS is a survey based evaluation that some patients will receive during the year. 

The survey topics include:


If you feel that your physician needs to improve on any of these measures, please feel free to contact the Greater Genesee County ACO at 810-720-4200 or GGCACO@gmail.com

Care Coordination/Patient Safety & Preventative Health

Our primary care physicians and staff are dedicated to improving preventative health medicine that will ultimately keep you well and out of the hospital.

Quality measures include:

At Risk Populations 

In addition to the CG-CAHPS, Care Coordination and Preventative Health measures, the ACO care team and physicians continue to support and improve the care of patients with chronic conditions. The ACO has focused on a number of measures for the following chronic conditions.