In a new downloadable Fact Sheet from Accretive Health, learn how, as a business process ally, Accretive Health is helping hospitals meet the challenge of improving the patient experience by weeding out inefficiencies and streamlining processes that contribute to lowering provider costs and improving health outcomes for patients.

In order to solve the fundamental problems of quality and cost in the healthcare system, solutions must improve value across the care continuum.  Accretive Health’s Quality and Total Cost of Care solution is specifically designed to assist hospital and healthcare system clients develop patient population management solutions that help physicians provide patient-focused, integrated care.

Check out the fact sheet to learn how providing people, processes, and technology allows hospitals and healthcare providers to deliver the best quality care at sustainably lower costs.

Download the fact sheet to learn how Accretive Health’s Quality and Total Cost of Care solution:

  • Improves quality of patient care and outcomes, while reducing unnecessary costs
  • Helps healthcare providers engage patients in wellness and shared decision making
  • Aids physician-led care, with appropriate incentives to promote health and wellness
  • Offers data-driven, fact-based solutions, not presumptions


About Accretive Health

Founded in 2003, Accretive Health’s mission is to help healthcare providers strengthen their financial stability and deliver higher quality, more accessible care to its clients’ patients and the communities they serve.  The majority of the hospitals that Accretive Health serves are non-profit, faith-based hospitals or teaching hospitals, deeply rooted in values of stewardship, generosity of spirit, leadership and dedication to their communities.

With approximately 2,900 employees, Accretive Health serves many of the top-rated hospital systems in the country and is committed to providing solutions that assist them in the delivery of quality healthcare services and maintaining financial stability.

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