AMGA Assessment Program for High-Performing Health Systems
Wherever you are on the continuum of moving from fee-for-service to value-based care, the AMGA Assessment Program for High- Performing Health Systems provides essential direction and strategic guidance for your journey towards becoming a financially sustainable, high-performing health system that delivers better health and an improved care experience at a lower cost.
Recent “game-changers,” such as MACRA and other risk-based payment systems, are significantly altering how you will be measured and rewarded for performance and productivity. You need to evaluate your current organizational structure, culture, and strategic planning now to prepare for these sweeping changes.
AMGA and The Dartmouth Institute (TDI) created the AMGA Assessment Program for High-Performing Health Systems to provide a detailed analysis at multiple levels of your organization, providing actionable information that will guide you on how to:
Prioritize and align resources [+]
Success in the post-MACRA environment requires personnel to be focused on high-priority initiatives. The Assessment highlights the gaps in organizational capabilities and a method for prioritizing capabilities requiring improvement.
Engage employees in the transformation [+]
It is essential that everyone in the organization understands and adopts the organization's strategy. The Assessment is designed for use by all levels of the organization and provides educational materials to help leaders educate personnel on key value-based care concepts.
Identify what’s working, and what’s not [+]
Knowing if your strategy is leading to sustainable improvement requires more than just seeing the latest performance numbers. The Assessment enables leaders to understand if the organization can confidently and repeatedly execute capabilities to meet the new challenges in payment reform.
Find “gaps” and “blind spots” in organizational flow [+]
In order for an organization to advance as a cohesive unit, you must achieve alignment in understanding mission and goals, consensus in priorities and implementation, conformation of common strengths and ideals, and unity in reciprocal support between leadership and the workforce. The Assessment helps leaders find existing “gaps” and “blind spots” that restrict the harmonization needed to fully address the changing healthcare landscape.
Determine where actions are in alignment with vision [+]
Do your personnel share perceptions of what is important for future success? The Assessment identifies which resources are aligned with organizational strategy.