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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

New contract to achieve better health outcomes and lower costs

Harrisburg, Pa. – The PA Clinical Network and Geisinger Health Plan (GHP) today announced a new, value-based contract to achieve better health outcomes and lower costs for GHP members.

“The providers of the PA Clinical Network are committed to the continued wellbeing of their patients,” said Jaan Sidorov, MD, president and CEO of the PA Clinical Network. “Geisinger Health Plan shares our interest in measurable improvements in quality with lower costs and a better member experience supported by a high performing network.” 

John Bulger, DO, MBA, chief medical officer of GHP, added, “Geisinger Health Plan has been a national model for healthcare delivery for years, and we’re pleased to work with this physician-led network to accelerate the adoption of value-based care across our network. We’re excited to partner with the PA Clinical Network to build on the success of our patient-centered focus on our members’ health.”

The PA Clinical Network consists of physician-led practices seeking to increase prevention, achieve wellness and reduce avoidable complications from chronic conditions. The network uses information technology and care delivery expertise to drive measurable improvements in care delivery. It is a subsidiary of the Pennsylvania Medical Society, Pennsylvania’s largest physician advocacy organization. 

About PA Clinical Network
The PA Clinical Network has been built by and for independent Pennsylvania physicians, equips over 50 private practices with 150 providers across Pennsylvania with expertise, resources, and tools that support success in the new reality of value-based healthcare. It offers the HealthEC Population Health Platform, ranked “Best in KLAS” by KLAS Research, supports better outcomes and builds a data-driven case for value-based payments while promoting well-coordinated, patient-centered care. Its physician leadership team understands the benefits of autonomy to private practices and their patients. The CIN is supported by the Pennsylvania Medical Society and its Care Centered Collaborative.
PA Clinical Network

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Mark Gilger
Geisinger Health Plan
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