“My career as a family practice physician working in Vermont spans nearly two decades. One of the most positive changes I have seen is the creation of OneCare. One of the key aspects of OneCare is to reward primary care providers like me to work with our patients to keep them healthy rather than treating them only when they are sick. This approach is an effort to move away from the current fee-for-service system and move us to a value-based system focused on improving quality and promoting wellness by focusing on primary care for Vermonters.”
About OneCare’s Provider Network
OneCare contracts with Vermont providers to participate in care coordination, quality improvement, and payment reform activities. OneCare’s network is currently comprised of the following provider types: Hospitals and hospital-owned practices, independent primary care, independent specialty care, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Home Health and Hospice, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Designated Agencies, Support and Services at Home (SASH), and Area Agencies on Aging.
OneCare invests in primary care to help improve the health of Vermonters and to support preventive care provided by primary care, pediatric, adult, and internal medicine clinicians.
Which providers are currently part of the ACO network?
How do I join the ACO?
The first step is to submit the Network Request Form. OneCare will then review your application and reach out to discuss next steps. Provider organizations may join the ACO at the start of the performance, with contracting occurring in the spring/summer of the prior year. For questions, contact the contracting team at 802-847-7220, Option 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which payer programs (insurance companies) currently work with OneCare?
- Vermont Medicaid
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont Commercial Plans
- Self-funded Employer-sponsored Plans