CCNC congratulates PQP on improving quality, saving $5.3 million
Physician Quality Partners (PQP), New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Accountable Care Organization (ACO), announced earlier this month that its Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO improved care quality for more than 18,000 Medicare beneficiaries and saved more than $5.3 million in Medicare spending in 2018. PQP achieved a quality score of 95.12 percent and reduced average cost of care by $282 per beneficiary.
“Congratulations to PQP on great work,” said CCNC President L. Allen Dobson, Jr., MD. “We are proud to be a partner with PQP in harnessing the power of healthcare analytics with CCNC’s CareImpact℠ application and helping to support the delivery of transitional care and complex care management. PQP is really making a difference in the community.”
For details on the PQP announcement, see the news release.