The Upside of Clinically Integrated Networks
Why Clinically Integrated Networks Versus Standalone Providers?
It’s like old proverb “no man is an island” says, but replace “man” with “physician” and you get the idea. Couple that with the idea of staying away from the traditional hospital system and you start to realize that grouping like-minded doctors and clinics together to provide well-rounded care for patients means you’re onto something.
Take this excerpt concerning integrated networks from years back…
To respond to the challenges of health care reform, many health care providers are joining with others to form Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs). A CIN is a legal structure that facilitates sanctioned collaboration among health care providers. With shared goals in performance, quality, value and efficiency, CINs help providers remain competitive promoting higher quality, better coordinated care at more affordable cost with the goal of achieving superior reimbursement rate negotiation. – Nthrive.com
It’s that collaboration between medical professionals that offers the patient – and the doctors – a better outcome. If you’re a patient, focused care seems like a good idea. If you’re a physician, less red tape and more access to tools you need to successfully run a clinic seems like a good idea. So, if both patient and doc think it’s a good idea, what are we still doing standing around?
Trinetic Healthcare Unites Healthcare Providers
Bringing together the best medical minds under one roof is just good business. We aren’t constricting like a hospital, but, together with our other provider members, amass a wealth of knowledge, know-how and technology to advance the state of healthcare in our communities.
Connect with us today and let’s talk shop. See how joining up is the best thing you can do for your practice, your patients, and yourself.