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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is MetroHealth Care Partners?

MetroHealth Care Partners is a Medicare Shared Savings Program – Accountable Care Organization (ACO)  An ACO is a group of doctors and other healthcare providers who agree to work together with Medicare to give you the best possible, coordinated care. The goal of the ACO is to support your doctor in caring for you by making sure they have the most up-to-date information about your health and your care. For you, this means your doctors communicate better with each other, and you avoid having duplicate tests or answering the same questions over and over. Working together, your doctors can do more to follow your health, make sure you get the best possible care, and may hire additional staff to help meet your unique care needs, depending on what works best for you.

How do I know if my doctor is in MetroHealth Care Partners? 

All of The MetroHealth System’s providers participate in MetroHealth Care Partners ACO.

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  • 2500 MetroHealth Drive|Cleveland, OH 44109|(216) 778-7800
  • All Rights Reserved.