Our Model

OneCare performs certain functions where scale economies are important or where a common approach is necessary to serve all participating providers. OneCare exists to facilitate improved provider network performance on cost and quality.

OneCare’s Core Capabilities

Illustration - OneCare Core Business Area - the Statewide Care Model - showing a doctor taking care of a male patient checking his heart beat with a stethoscope. Next to the patient is a window showing Vermonters in healthy communities engaging in activities promoting healthier lifestyles.

Core Capability #1:

Network Performance Management

OneCare partners with thousands of local health care providers to break down silos in care. Working as a system enables better coordination and communication among various members of your care team. Effective care coordination is a cornerstone of lowering unnecessary health care costs, improving outcomes, patient experience, and caregiver experience.

Illustration - OneCare Core Business Area - Data Analytics. Two data analysts on the left are looking at a large whiteboard covered in infographics and statistics. Next to them is a woman sitting in front of a computer generating detailed analytics.

Core Capability #2:

Data and Analytics

OneCare provides health care providers with data and best practices across the state so that our family, friends, and fellow Vermonters, no matter where they live, get better care.

Sharing comprehensive health information, regardless of where you receive care, will help all members to provide better and more consistent care. 

Illustration - OneCare Core Business Area - Payment Reform. An accountant is looking at her computer and working with a doctor who is standing in front of a large clipboard with quality check marks on it. On the ground behind them are symbols representing money and payment.

Core Capability #3:

Payment Reform

OneCare works with insurers and providers to change how health care services are paid. Under this model, providers can accept regular fixed predictable payments for each person instead of getting paid for each test or service they perform, and are rewarded based on quality outcomes. This allows health care providers the freedom to focus on what their patients may need.