New York ACO Tackles Complex Care Delivery Challenges for Its Patients with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Delivering quality care across physical and digital barriers to proactively serve patients while decreasing costs.

The Alliance for Integrated Care of New York: An MSSP ACO Case Study

The Alliance for Integrated Care of New York (AICNY), a New York City-based Accountable Care Organization, partnered with HealthEC to help manage the health care needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

While value-based care for these unique populations carries specific challenges, the rewards are many and valuable lessons can be learned. In our latest case study see how integrated population health data, analytics tools and customized care plans improved quality and lowered costs for AICNY.

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Visibility to centralized ACO data produces results



Data used to risk-stratify patients resulted in a $2.4 million reduction in total costs.


Over the first three quarters of 2018, inpatient expenditures fell by 6%.


ER visits dropped by 11% and admission fell by 7%.


AICNY has exemplified profitable approaches to information sharing and analysis to deliver value in alternative care setting.

We sought to create a centralized view of the patient and engage the physician community.

- Duane Schielke, Executive Director of the Alliance for
Integrated Care of New York, LLC(AICNY)