Triple Aim of an ACOSummary: On August 1, 2014, BHM hosted its first in a series of ACO webinars entitled Succeeding as an ACO: A Guide to Transforming Your Organization. The presentation was widely successful and gave BHM experts an opportunity to share their wealth of ACO knowledge.

BHM Healthcare Solutions hosted its initial webinar in their ACO series August 1, 2014 on Succeeding as an ACO: A Guide to Transforming Your Organization. Anthony Grimaldi, Senior Vice President of BHM’s Provider / Hospital Division and Gwen Roberts, Senior Vice President of BHM’s Government / Payer Division were the keynote speakers. They delivered a riveting presentation focusing on issues in which providers, payers, pharmaceutical companies and states need to be aware, address, and implement in order to successfully transform to an ACO, while remaining viable, profitable, and successful.

BHM would like to thank the 300 people who registered for the webinar, making it a huge success. BHM received accolades from many participants, expressing a desire to receive copies of the presentation to share with their colleagues and appreciated both the content and the delivery. One such participant said, “The most critical achievement for this to work is to effectively change the way providers behave. Mercy Hospital of St. Louis has been in the news today about losing the docs because they have changed / lowered their compensation but have increased the hospital’s revenues now employing the physicians by charging patients and payers RVU payment from outpatient to inpatient – a great example of non-alignment within an ACO.”

The final ACO webinar checklist as to transition readiness includes the following questions:

ACO Webinar Readiness Checklist

Anthony Grimaldi and Gwen Roberts possess a tremendous wealth of knowledge and are subject matter experts in the field of healthcare management consulting. They have a proven track record in helping BHM’s clients (providers, payers, and government entities) to achieve measurable goals and financial viability using a three-pronged approach encompassing clinical, operational, and financial perspectives.

To receive a free copy of the presentation, please email