Leadership: Inside & Out
Many members of our leadership team hold positions in the industry that give them a birds-eye view of emerging developments impacting business and clinical aspects of the healthcare delivery system. Our CEO, Ron Kuerbitz, is a frequent presenter at leading industry meetings, and holds distinguished advisory positions at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Gryphon Investors. Elizabeth Russell, Chief of Payment Model Transformation, serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Irvine School of Business. And several agilon health executives are members of the Healthcare Transformation Task Force, a national think-tank founded to help shape and accelerate the country’s move to value-based payment and delivery models.
Press Releases & Corporate Announcements
Read how one of our provider partners, Central Ohio Primary Care, is a leader in physician engagement.
The original article appered in Becker's Spine Review. Columbus-based Central Ohio Primary Care is the nation's largest independent primary care physician group and an industry leader in physician engagement. COPC partnered with agilon health, which aims to help physician groups implement programs to spend less time on business administration and more [...]
agilon health Partners with Market-Leading Independent Physician Groups in Austin, TX, and Akron, OH, Expanding to Leading Positions in Six U.S. Markets
Improving the delivery of care to nearly 100,000 Medicare beneficiaries and more than 300,000 patients across the U.S., agilon health partners with market-leading physicians groups.
agilon health’s Innovative Interventions and Achievement in Closing Care Gaps Featured in “Case Studies in Excellence 2018” , Published by America’s Physician Groups.
Case Studies in Excellence 2018, a new volume from America's Physician Groups (APG) that highlights how value-based delivery models are improving patient care while lowering healthcare costs.
WellCare Partners with agilon health to Form Value-Based Care Agreement .
New Survey Shows Central Ohio Primary Care Physician Satisfaction Rivals Consumer Loyalty to Beloved Corporate Brands
At a time when substantial numbers of primary care physicians are disgruntled about their work environment, and physician burnout reaches an all-time high, a recent survey of the physicians at Central Ohio Primary Care showed the Net Promoter Score is higher than Apple and Southwest Airline. The only constituents who appear to be more loyal than COPC physicians are the owners of a Tesla automobile.
agilon health achieves a 20 percent boost in closing care gaps by using physician and member incentives for preventive care
agilon health achieves a 20 percent boost in closing care gaps by using physician and member incentives for preventive care.