CHPG - Colorado Medical Group Management Association

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Allen Kemp, MD; Chief Executive Office
Dave Watson, MD; Chief Medical Officer
Centura Health Physician Group
Who We Are - Overview
CHPG - August 2012
• In August 2012, CHPG was composed of 430 providers in over 80 locations
throughout Colorado
CHPG – July 2014
• CHPG is composed of more than 566 providers in over 130 locations
• We provide management for professional service agreements for 116 providers.
• CHI’s Kansas locations joined CHPG with approximately 40 providers in Garden City
and 10 providers in Great Bend
• In 2013, Centura Centers for Occupational Medicine (CCOM) and integrated
Physicians Network (iPN) management team became part of CHPG
CHPG Cultural Value Statement
The culture of CHPG is one that achieves quality outcomes for the population
through empowering a multispecialty group of physicians, providers and
associates to deliver consistent, evidence-based prevention and person
centered care as a strategically effective partner of Centura Health.
Empower providers
 Network of experts
 Resource support
 High standards of
care
Benefit patients
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Person-centered care
Consistent quality
Seamless transitions
Improved health and
outcomes
CHPG Strategic Guiding Principles
Continually improving and learning
Valued team and safe place
Consistent clinical and operational activities
Continually adapt and design access
Valued strategic partner
CHPG Governance
Physician Advisory
Group
CHPG Board
Governance
Committee
Ambulatory EHR
Steering
Committee
Finance
Committee
Strategy
Committee
Compensation
Committee
Nurse Advisory
Group
PCMH
Quality &
Patient Safety
Committee
Enhancing EHR
Quality
CHPG Executive Leadership
Gary Campbell
President and CEO,
Centura Health
CHPG
Board of Directors
Allen Kemp, MD
President and CEO,
CHPG
VP Human Resources
Centura Health
Chief Financial
Officer, CHPG
Hospital
Ambulatory
Advisory Group
Chief Operating
Officer,
CHPG
iPN
Chief Medical
Officer,
CHPG
Medical
Directors
CHPG
Clinic Integration
and Office of
Medical Affairs,
CHPG
Multispecialty Model
Why is it important to have a
multispecialty model in an
environment of disruptive
innovation?
Employed Physician Growth
Indexed Nationally
Five-Year Physician Employment Growth, Indexed to 1.0 in 2007
FTE physician employment (2007 = 1.0)
n = 19 medical G
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
2007
25th percentile
Source: The Medical Group Strategy Council
2008
2009
2010
26th percentile
2011
2012
27th percentile
Optimizing Value…Centura Health
Physician Group
• By creating a multi-specialty group that is nationally recognized
for improving the health of Centura Health’s populations, the
system will increase its overall value in the eyes of patients,
payers, employers and physicians
• It is a vehicle that allows us to bring together providers around a
shared vision
• It creates a team that collaborates around the coordination of
care of patients
• Improves outcome effectiveness, convenience, cost of care and
service
Population Health Approach
• CHPG is an empowered multispecialty group
dedicated to achieving quality outcomes through
consistent, evidence-based practices with a focus
on population health.
• CHPG is a multispecialty groups focused on
population health by balancing primary care vs.
specialty care.
• CHPG is a foundational member of Colorado
Health Neighborhoods, Centura Health’s
clinically integrated network.
Engaging Our
Valued
Physician Team
Improving Our
Populations’
Health
Strengthening
Centura Health
Our Direction
In 2012
Primary care
32%
Specialty care
68%
Primary care
39%
Specialty care
61%
Primary care
50%
Specialty care
50%
In 2014
Today, it is
closer to a 
50/50 split
CHPG Patient Centered Care
Patient Centered Medical Home Pillars
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Enhance access and continuity
Identify and manage patient populations
Team-based approach to planning and managing Care
Provide self-care support and community resources
Care has to be coordinated and tracked
Measure performance
CHPG Practice Optimization
• Project team created to improve productivity, increase access, and increase
provider, associate and patient satisfaction at clinics
• Conducted clinic workflow analysis and practice assessments in January
2014 at primary care pilot sites
• CHPG hosted its first Kaizen Event April 14-18, 2014
• Currently rolling out redesigned standardized foundational workflows
• New workflows should be implemented in all primary care sites by end
of FY 15
• Practice Optimization will be a critical strategy as CHPG moves toward
2nd curve
Thank you.
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