Revere Health was accepted into the Global and Professional Direct Contracting (DCE) Model and joined the initiative in January 2022.
The Revere Health DCE is comprised of doctors and healthcare providers who have come together voluntarily to provide coordinated, high-quality care at lower costs to their Original Medicare patients. DCEs are patient-centered organizations where the patient and providers are true partners in care decisions. Participating patients will see no change in their Original Medicare benefits and will keep their freedom to see any Medicare provider.
Included in the GPDC – DCE Model are strong patient protections to ensure that patients have access to and receive high-quality care. Like other Medicare DCE initiatives, this Model will be evaluated on its ability to deliver better care for individuals, better health for populations, and lower growth in expenditures.
All members of Revere Health will work together to see that you get the right care at the right time. We will protect your medical records and privacy. We will work to reduce duplicate tests and duplicate paperwork. We will help everyone work smarter to give you better care. We will coordinate your care according to your medical needs and choices.
1055 North 500 West
Provo, Utah 84604
GPDC Primary Contact
Curtis Carter, MD
Edward Prince, MD
Heather Harrison, DO
Justin Jones, MD
Karl Weenig, MD
Marc Nuttall, MD
Richard Jackson Jr. MD
Scott Bingham, MD
Shane Frazier, DO
Steve Wallentine, MD
Todd Hamilton, MD
Troy Lunceford, MD
Jeffrey Johnson, MD – Consumer Advocate/Medicare Beneficiary Rep
John Staheli, MD – Finance Committee Chair
Troy Lunceford, DCE Committee Chair
Aaron Starbuck, DCE Committee Member
Brad Huber, DCE Committee Member
Casey Owens, DCE Committed Member
David Kimball, DCE Committee Member
Heather Harrison, DCE Committee Member
Todd Hamilton, DCE Committee Member
Jeffrey Johnson, MD
All participants included on our participants’ list are employed by Revere Health. You may download the list of our participants here
Skilled Nursing Facility: Advance Healthcare of Salem
In an effort to improve coordination of care and create programs that will result in achieving Revere Health’s “Your Health Above All Else” experience, while improving care for the Medicare Fee-For-Service beneficiaries we serve, better health for the populations we care for and doing so in a financially sustainable manner, Revere Health and its participating providers, working in collaboration with RH, formed the joint venture, Advance Healthcare of Salem.
Shared Savings and Shared Losses will be updated end of the performance year – 2022.
Quality Measures will be updated end of the performance year – 2022.
The Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has provided waivers of certain federal fraud and abuse laws that otherwise limit innovation by DCEs participating in the Global and Professional Direct Contracting – DCE Model (see HHS, Notice of Amended Waivers of Certain Fraud and Abuse Laws in Connection with the GPDC – DCE Model, published December 29, 2016). Pursuant to that notice, Revere Health seeks protection under the Next Generation DCE Participation Waiver for the following arrangements set forth below.