CHPG - Colorado Medical Group Management Association

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A l l e n K e m p , M D ; C h i e f E x e c u t i v e O f f i c e

D a v e W a t s o n , M D ; C h i e f M e d i c a l O f f i c e r

C e n t u r a H e a l t h P h y s i c i a n G r o u p

Who We Are - Overview

CHPG - August 2012

In August 2012, CHPG was composed of 430 providers in over 80 locations throughout Colorado

CHPG – July 2014

CHPG is composed of more than 566 providers in over 130 locations

We provide management for professional service agreements for 116 providers.

CHI’s Kansas locations joined CHPG with approximately 40 providers in Garden City and 10 providers in Great Bend

In 2013, Centura Centers for Occupational Medicine (CCOM) and integrated

Physicians Network (iPN) management team became part of CHPG

CHPG Cultural Value Statement

The culture of CHPG is one that achieves quality outcomes for the population through empowering a multispecialty group of physicians, providers and associates to deliver consistent, evidence-based prevention and person

centered care as a strategically effective partner of Centura Health.

Empower providers

Network of experts

Resource support

High standards of care

Benefit patients

Person-centered care

Consistent quality

Seamless transitions

Improved health and outcomes

CHPG Strategic Guiding Principles

Continually improving and learning

Valued team and safe place

Consistent clinical and operational activities

Continually adapt and design access

Valued strategic partner

CHPG Governance

CHPG Board

Physician Advisory

Group

Governance

Committee

Ambulatory EHR

Steering

Committee

Finance

Committee

Strategy

Committee

Compensation

Committee

Nurse Advisory

Group

PCMH

Quality &

Patient Safety

Committee

Enhancing EHR

Quality

CHPG Executive Leadership

CHPG

Board of Directors

Gary Campbell

President and CEO,

Centura Health

Allen Kemp, MD

President and CEO,

CHPG

VP Human Resources

Centura Health

Chief Financial

Officer, CHPG

Hospital

Ambulatory

Advisory Group

Chief Operating

Officer,

CHPG iPN

Chief Medical

Officer,

CHPG

Medical

Directors

CHPG

Clinic Integration and Office of

Medical Affairs,

CHPG

Multispecialty Model

Why is it important to have a multispecialty model

in an environment of disruptive innovation?

Employed Physician Growth

Indexed Nationally

1

0,5

0

Five-Year Physician Employment Growth, Indexed to 1.0 in 2007

FTE physician employment (2007 = 1.0)

n = 19 medical G

3

2,5

2

1,5

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

25th percentile 26th percentile 27th percentile

Source: The Medical Group Strategy Council

Optimizing Value…Centura Health

Physician Group

By creating a multi-specialty group that is nationally recognized for improving the health of Centura Health’s populations, the system will increase its overall value in the eyes of patients,

payers, employers and physicians

It is a vehicle that allows us to bring together providers around a

shared vision

It creates a team that collaborates around the coordination of

care of patients

Improves outcome effectiveness, convenience, cost of care and

service

Population Health Approach

CHPG is an empowered multispecialty group dedicated to achieving quality outcomes through consistent, evidence-based practices with a focus on population health.

CHPG is a multispecialty groups focused on population health by balancing primary care vs. specialty care.

CHPG is a foundational member of Colorado

Health Neighborhoods, Centura Health’s clinically integrated network.

Engaging Our

Valued

Physician Team

Improving Our

Populations’

Health

Strengthening

Centura Health

Our Direction

In 2012

In 2014

Primary care

Specialty care

32%

68%

Primary care

Specialty care

39%

61%

Today, it is closer to a

50/50 split

Primary care

Specialty care

50%

50%

CHPG Patient Centered Care

Patient Centered Medical Home Pillars

Enhance access and continuity

Identify and manage patient populations

Team-based approach to planning and managing Care

Provide self-care support and community resources

Care has to be coordinated and tracked

Measure performance

CHPG Practice Optimization

Project team created to improve productivity, increase access, and increase provider, associate and patient satisfaction at clinics

Conducted clinic workflow analysis and practice assessments in January

2014 at primary care pilot sites

CHPG hosted its first Kaizen Event April 14-18, 2014

Currently rolling out redesigned standardized foundational workflows

New workflows should be implemented in all primary care sites by end of FY 15

Practice Optimization will be a critical strategy as CHPG moves toward

2 nd curve

Thank you.

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