CHICAGO (AP) — More than 200,000 Illinois Medicare patients will have their health care needs coordinated by federally designated accountable care organizations. Below is a list of the seven ACOs based in Illinois and another six based in other states but serving some Illinois patients:
—Alexian Brothers Accountable Care Organization, based in Arlington Heights: 16,000 Medicare patients.
—Christie Clinic Physician Services, Champaign-Urbana: 7,500 Medicare patients.
—Independent Physicians' ACO of Chicago: 14,000 Medicare patients.
—Medicare Value Partners (Presence Health), Chicago: 18,000 Medicare patients.
—Advocate Physician Partners Accountable Care, Rolling Meadows: 119,000 Medicare patients.
—Chicago Health System ACO (Vanguard Health Systems), Westmont: 9,800 Medicare patients.
—OSF Healthcare System, Peoria: 33,000 Medicare patients.
Accountable care organizations in other states with Illinois Medicare patients:
—Franciscan Union ACO, Terre Haute, Ind.: 1,700 Illinois Medicare patients.
—BJC HealthCare ACO, St. Louis: 5,500 Illinois Medicare patients.
—Deaconess Care Integration, Evansville, Ind.: 760 Illinois Medicare patients.
—Jackson Purchase Medical Associates, Paducah, Ky.: 550 Illinois Medicare patients.
—UnityPoint Health Partners, West Des Moines, Iowa: 19,400 Illinois Medicare patients.
—Genesis Accountable Care Organization, Davenport, Iowa: 5,600 Illinois Medicare patients.
Sources: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, AP research.