AMGA is made up of several entities that deliver value to member medical groups.
American Medical Group Association (AMGA)
A nonprofit trade association that improves health care for patients by supporting multispecialty medical groups and other organized systems of care, AMGA is the strategic partner for these organizations, providing a comprehensive package of benefits, including political advocacy, educational and networking programs, publications, benchmarking data services, and financial and operations assistance.
American Medical Group Foundation (AMGF)
The philanthropic arm of AMGA, dedicated to demonstrating that the total coordinated care model continues to provide the highest quality, cost-effective, efficient care possible and to fostering quality improvement in group practice through education and research programs in clinical quality, patient safety, service, operational efficiency, and innovation.
Council of Accountable Physician Practices (CAPP)
An affiliate of AMGF, CAPP is a joint undertaking by some of the nation's largest and most prominent physician practices to foster the evolution and development of the accountable physician group model.
A for-profit informatics and analytic company formed to transform comprehensive healthcare information into actionable knowledge and accountable, evidence-based practice. This data warehouse is the only national effort to collect and share critical information across non-affiliated medical group organizations. Anceta LLC is a subsidiary of AMGA, extending AMGA's tradition of collaborative quality improvement and best-practices sharing among AMGA member medical groups and other organized systems of care. Using Humedica's unique clinical analytics platform, Anceta facilitates data-driven shared learning among AMGA members to enhance value in population health. Anceta illuminates the relationships between care process, patient outcomes, and cost - all the elements of the value equation.