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Monument Health is a clinically integrated network–also called a CIN. It’s a way for independent providers to work together to offer you high-quality care more efficiently by confidentially sharing information among their practices, bringing you the best possible care.

Providers are accountable to you and rewarded based on the value of the care they give. They share information and data, and help those with chronic conditions manage their health so they can get the care they need, when they need it.

Practices can join this network only if they demonstrate the ability and commitment to efficient, whole-person care.  Practices  that work with Monument Health meet strict performance measures. They’re required to participate in data sharing, clinical guideline development and quality improvement programs.

What can you expect from Monument Health?

  • Network led by health care practitioners providing consistent care for you and your family.
  • Shared technology means less duplication of tests and uncomfortable procedures.
  • Performance- and quality-based payment incentives mean providers always work in your best interest.
  • Top medical best practices provided in your home town.
  • Proactive management of diabetes and hypertension and appropriate use of health IT, supporting your health goals.[1],[2],[3],[4],[5]
  • Independent providers negotiate as a network, so you pay lower out-of-pocket costs.
[1] Developing an Effective Clinically Integrated Network. 2013. Coker Group http://cokergroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/coker-group-clinically-integrated-network-white-paper-20130416.pdf
[2] “Clinically Integrated Networks: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?” PYA leadership briefing, April 2013 http://info.pyapc.com/hubfs/White-Papers/Clinically-Integrated-Networks-White-Paper-PYA.pdf
[3] “Healthcare’s alternative payment landscape,” PwC, 2015 http://pwchealth.com/cgi-local/hregister.cgi/reg/pwc-hri-alternative-payments-2015.pdf
[4] “The care transformation alphabet: What’s the difference between CI, ACO, and PCMH?” Advisory Board Care Transformation Center Blog https://www.advisory.com/research/care-transformation-center/care-transformation-center-blog/2014/09/deciphering-the-reform-alphabet Sept. 2014
[5] “The 7 Components of a Clinical Integration Network,” Becker’s Hospital Review Oct. 19, 2012 www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-physician-relationships/the-7-components-of-a-clinical-integration-network.html

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