Collaborating for Success

Listen to Anthony Nguyen, MD, Chief Medical Officer, talk about our commitment to collaborating with care providers and enabling them with resources, data, insights, and tools to deliver exceptional care.

Building Stronger Relationships

Elevance Health and its health plan affiliates are committed to being actively involved with our care provider partners and going beyond the contract to create a real impact on the health of our communities. Our goal is to build stronger relationships with care providers and be a lifetime, trusted health partner to all those with whom we're privileged to work.

To that end, we are developing new and truly innovative pathways to bridge the gap between ourselves and care providers and make real progress toward improving the patient experience, improving the health of populations, reducing the overall cost of care, and reducing administrative complexity for clinicians and other care provider partners.

To make administrative pain points a thing of the past, we're focused on sharing data, aligning care management, and automating authorizations. When supported in the transition to value, value-based care arrangements allow care providers to focus on the health of their patients, work in novel arrangements with us, and focus less on administrative tasks, like "chart chasing," that are part of fee-for-service arrangements.

Through our complementary clinical programs, our clinicians prioritize working directly with care providers to develop market-leading solutions relating to areas such as maternity and oncology.

Forward Together

Allowing care providers to focus on care delivery and improving outcomes while decreasing burdensome activities will help improve their satisfaction and decrease stress and burnout. Provider satisfaction is driven by the quality of care they can deliver. Our value-based care provider partners conduct 12% more annual wellness visits with our consumers on average, reducing emergency cases by 19% and inpatient admissions by 15%.* This lowers overall cost in the system.

* Internal data (2022).