Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group and Woodland Clinic Medical Group Honored for Providing High-Quality Care to Medicare Advantage Patients


The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) has recognized Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group and Woodland Clinic Medical Group for providing high-quality care to Medicare Advantage patients in California. The IHA is a statewide nonprofit group committed to high-value care that improves quality and affordability for patients across the nation.

IHA-award-Medicare-Advantage-2021-color@3xThrough the AMP (Align. Measure. Perform.) program, IHA uses a transparent approach to measure comprehensive benchmarks and provide a reliable assessment of medical group performance. AMP examines 30 measures related to clinical quality, member experience and customer service.

In awarding the AMP honors, IHA leverages the measures and methodologies that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) uses to generate health plan star ratings. A 4.5-star designation recognizes a high level of Medicare Advantage quality achievement.

For measurement year 2020, IHA recognizes both Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group and Woodland Clinic Medical Group with the 4.5-star designation. Only 49 of 169 participating provider organizations achieved this performance level.

“We are honored to be recognized for our work to deliver high-quality, affordable care for our Medicare Advantage patients in California,” said Robert Quinn, MD, CEO of Dignity Health Medical Foundation. “This award highlights the work of our care teams to put our patients at the center of everything we do.”

The IHA also recognizes those provider organizations that have succeeded at improving quality of care for Medicare Advantage populations. Dignity Health Medical Network in Central California and Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group received the “Most Improved” distinction for improving their performance by at least half a star.

For the AMP program, the IHA uses a subset of 14 clinical measures, ranging from breast and colorectal screenings to eye exams and blood sugar control for patients with diabetes to managing osteoporosis in women with a previous fracture.

To learn more about AMP and the IHA, please click here.





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