View our press releases for the latest CareAllies announcements and read articles in which CareAllies is featured.
Chief Medical Information Officer of CareAllies, John Parente, MD, shares insights on the implementation of technology for value-based care in this Health Management Technology article.
President of CareAllies, Julian Harris, MD, MBA, discusses with Healthcare Informatics the many layers of healthcare federal rulemaking
President of CareAllies, Julian Harris, MD, MBA, writes about the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) and preparing physician organizations for change in the November 2017 issue of HFM Magazine.
Matt Conboy, Population Health Management Operations Manager at CareAllies, joins the advisory board of a Nashville tech start-up, HealthCombix.
Director of Practice Transformation at CareAllies, Nicole Deaner, shares insights about three important areas of focus organizations should consider for transformation in this Becker’s Hospital Review article.
Senior Vice President of Provider Engagement at CareAllies, Beckie Croes, speaks with HealthPayerIntelligence.com and provides her viewpoints on how MACRA legislation will impact health payers in the coming years.
Nicholas Gettas, M.D., a 19-year Cigna veteran with provider roots in private and academic family medicine, has been named senior vice president and chief medical officer for CareAllies, Inc.
Gettas most recently provided market clinical leadership for Cigna's delivery system alliances and value-based collaborative arrangements across the country, bringing deep expertise that will directly benefit CareAllies customers and the patients they serve.
The nation’s health care system is moving from volume to value, yet it remains fragmented and complex. Health care providers are facing increased pressure to move from fee-for-service to value-based payment, yet current market solutions to accelerate this journey have been criticized as too rigid to meet complex provider needs. Cigna has partnered with health care providers for many years to help them align their financial incentives with patient health outcomes, resulting in joint success through shared risk.