As the largest accountable care organization in Kentucky and among the top 20 largest in the United States, KentuckyOne Health is growing rapidly. We recently reached a significant milestone, now managing more than 100,000 lives! Recognized by CAPG with a 4 Star “Exemplary” ACO status, we are working with more than 100 provider groups and nearly 2,000 providers in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Collectively, we’ve raised the Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) quality score for all of our provider practices from 54 to 65.

We are very proud of the results that our clinicians and facilities have achieved thus far. We have already begun to realize significant savings for CMS while continuing to improve care for our patients. We have ambitious goals for the future and yet never lose sight of our charge to improve the health of Kentuckians. A component of our population health management strategy is to focus on Kentucky. Through this, we impact those health issues most critical in our state.

2015 Performance:

  • Preventive Screenings
  • Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes
  • Patient Adherence to the Care Plan and Physician Compliance with Best Practices

Preventive Screenings

Disease prevention is the cornerstone to the health of Kentuckians. Concentrating on preventative strategies and optimizing care for chronic conditions are equally as important. Preventative strategies include screenings for blood pressure, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, tobacco use and more. Early detection through health screenings can save lives.

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Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes

Our focus remains on improving the lives of Kentucky residents with emphasis on chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressures, cardiovascular disease/ischemic vascular disease and heart failure.  Direct collaboration with Kentuckians who have been diagnosed with a chronic disease is a proven way to help them learn to manage the disease.

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Patient Adherence to the Care Plan and Physician Compliance with Best Practices

Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) coupled with a compassionate patient-centered approach generally leads to the best health outcomes for patients. But there are also other factors that affect a patient’s health. One of the most critical factors is patient adherence – whether the patient follows the care plan. We assess patient adherence by monitoring medication compliance and through annual physician office visits. Coupled with our ability to track patients with chronic conditions, this information helps us support patients along a healthier path.

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As a clinically integrated network located in a state with major health issues, KentuckyOne Health Partners has focused on these critical health conditions and is making an impact.