Revere Health is a Medicare Next Generation Accountable Care Organization (ACO). An ACO is a group of doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers who agree to work together to keep you healthy. All members of Revere Health are committed to working 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 together to give you better care. We will coordinate your care according to your individual medical needs and treatment choices. To see a list of the doctors and other groups that work with us, click here. To see a list of all our providers, click here.
Doctors who work with ACOs find that they are able to give their patients better quality care. Your Medicare benefits have not changed. You may still go to any doctor, hospital, or other healthcare provider that accept Medicare. But, because your doctor is part of Revere Health, you may be eligible to take part in some special programs if you so choose. These are listed below and will be provided at no additional cost to you.
– Aspen Ridge Home Health and Hospice (AHC Home Health Care of Murray, LLC)
– Aspen Ridge of Utah Valley (AHC or Orem, LLC)
– Pine View Transitional Rehab (AHC of Ogden)
– Richfield Rehabilitation and Care Center
– Stonehenge of American Fork
– Stonehenge of Orem
– Stonehenge of Springville (Kane County Human Resources Special Service District)
If you call us, we will mail you the list.
Reward for Annual Wellness Visits: In previous years, some patients whose doctors worked with an ACO received a reward for attending their Annual Wellness Visit. This feature is not continuing in 2019, since it is being replaced by the features listed above.
Revere Health offers Care Management services to patients who want assistance in managing chronic health conditions. The goal is to keep you happy and healthy by empowering you with education, resources and the support of Care Navigators, who help patients learn more about their health and self-care options. You can use these tools to improve your health, decrease the likelihood of being admitted or readmitted to the hospital, and be equipped with the knowledge, power and services to proactively manage your health.
If you have questions, please call us at 801-429-8000. Or, you may call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227; TTY users may call 1-877-486-2048). You may learn more about Medicare accountable care organizations at https://innovation.cms.gov/initiatives/Next-Generation-ACO-Model/.
Our doctors look forward to caring for you over the coming year!