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Direct Contracting Entity (DCE)

Triad HealthCare Network (THN) uses a health care delivery model to better align physicians, practices, hospitals and payers (insurance providers) to improve access to care and clinical quality while controlling costs.

Name and Location of the DCE:

Triad HealthCare Network, LLC. (THN)

1200 North Elm St., Greensboro, NC 27401

Primary Contact Information for the DCE:

  • Primary Contact Name: Elissa Langley
  • Primary Contact Email: elissa.langley@conehealth.com
  • Primary Title: Chief Administrative Officer of Triad HealthCare Network
  • Secondary Contact: Elvin Perkins
  • Secondary Contact Email: elvin.perkins@conehealth.com
  • Secondary Title: Assistant Director, ACO Operations

Identification of all DC Participant and Preferred Providers:

Identification of all Joint Ventures between or among the DCE and any of its DC Providers and Preferred Providers:

No Joint Ventures

Triad HealthCare’s key Clinical and Administrative Leaders:

  • Elissa Langley, Chief Administrative Officer – THN
  • Beth Hodges, MD, Chief Clinical Officer – THN

Triad HealthCare Network’s Governing Body:

  • John Campbell, MD, Chairman (DCE Participant Provider) – THN
  • Bill Hensel, MD (DCE Participant Provider) – THN
  • Beth Hodges, MD (DCE Participant Provider) – THN
  • Peter Whitfield, MD (DCE Participant Provider) – THN
  • Patrick Wright, MD (DCE Participant Provider) – THN
  • Bill Cassell (Consumer Advocate and Medicare Beneficiary)
  • Elissa Langley – THN
  • Mary Jo Cagle, MD – Cone Health
  • Mandy Eaton – Cone Health

DCE CMS Identification Number:

D0209

Historical Aggregate Amount of Shared Savings/Losses (NGACO and MSSP Models)

  • The proportion of Shared Savings invested in infrastructure, redesigned care processes, and other resources necessary to improve outcomes and reduce Medicare costs for Beneficiaries:
    • TBD based on PY 2022 results
  • The proportion of Shared Savings distributed to DC Participant Providers and Preferred Providers:
    • TBD based on PY 2022 results
  • 2020: Next Generation Accountable Care Organization Performance
    • $12,744,499 saved
    • $12,545,069 received
  • 2019: Next Generation Accountable Care Organization Performance
    • $9,258,331 saved
    • $9,073,165 received
  • 2018: Next Generation Accountable Care Organization Performance
    • $6,368,265 saved
    • $6,240,899 received
  • 2017: Next Generation Accountable Care Organization Performance
    • $13,339,146 saved
    • $13,072,363 received
  • 2016: Next Generation Accountable Care Organization Performance
    • $10.9 million saved
    • $10.7 million received
  • 2015: Medicare Shared Savings Program Performance
    • -$105,754 due to CMS
    • $0 received as the minimum savings requirement was not met
  • 2014: Medicare Shared Savings Program Performance
    • $3 million saved
    • $0 received as the minimum savings requirement was not met
  • 2013: Medicare Shared Savings Program Performance
    • $21.5 million saved
    • $10.5 million received

DCE’s Performance on the Quality Measures Described in Section 9.02

TBD based on PY 2022 results

For more information regarding DCE’s: