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Arcadia’s Anna Basevich on the evolution of clinically integrated networks

Accountable Care Population Health Management Value-Based Care Healthcare Analytics

In a recent interview with Healthcare Innovation, Anna Basevich, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Partnerships at Arcadia, discusses the evolution of clinically integrated networks (CINs) and their role in value-based care.

Basevich highlights the increasing trend of organizations investing in IT infrastructure, particularly as the transition to value-based care gains momentum, the advantages of health systems collaborating within CINs to share resources, and strategies to collectively manage risk.

Basevich also delves into the importance of governance structures within CINs, the importance of data aggregation, and the significance of addressing social determinants of health.