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Case Study: Encouraging Patients to Schedule Annual Physicals

Nicholas Ma
Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization’s outreach to “dropped patients” demonstrates potential for strengthening physician–patient relationships and lowering the cost of care.
ABSTRACT

The Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization began a preventive care initiative aimed at scheduling visits for patients covered under commercial insurance who had not seen their primary care physicians in more than a year. Reports of “dropped patients” who lost or were about to lose assignment to their doctors were produced and distributed to physician practices. With the assistance of registered nurses and lay patient navigators, physician offices contacted and attempted to schedule the patients on the lists. In just 3 months, this effort retained 1242 patients to their physicians for their annual physicals and potentially saved an estimated $1,892,094.96 for the accountable care organization’s commercial insurance contracts.

The American Journal of Accountable Care. 2018;6(2):26-29

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