ACO Public Report

This section describes CarolinaACO’s Quality Performance Reports as per the Shared Savings Program regulations. Please click on the links to see the specifics by year:

  • 2014
  • 2015 :TBD
  • 2016 :TBD
Click Here to see the Org Chart.

ACO Primary Contact :

Amit Shah MD
allhealth@hotmail.com
1501 Funny Cide Dr, Waxhaw, NC 28173
TEL: 704-763-5117

Identification of ACO Participants in Joint Ventures between ACO Professionals and Hospitals: None

Key Clinical and Administrative Leadership Personnel:

  • Amit Shah, MD
  • Mehul Patel, MD
  • Dhruv Vyas, MD

Identification of the Types of ACO Participants or Combinations of Participants that Formed the ACO:

  •   ACO professionals in a group practice arrangement
  •   A network of individual practices of ACO professionals
  •   Partnership or joint venture arrangements between hospitals and ACO professionals
  •   A hospital employing ACO professionals
  •   A critical access hospital (CAH) billing under Method II
  •   A federally qualified health center (FQHC)
  •   A rural health center (RHC), and/or
  •   An Electing Teaching Amendment (ETA) hospital.

Amount of Shared Savings/Losses and How Shared Savings are Distributed:

  • 2014 – No share of savings
  • 2015 TBD – 50% providers, 50% reinvest/management
  • 2016 TBD – 50% providers, 50% reinvest/management

2014 Quality Performance Reports


Element Name Measure Description 2014 Reporting Period
ACO Doing Business AS (DBA) or Legal Business Name Carolinas ACO, LLC
STATES WHERE BENEFICIARIES RESIDE NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
ACO-1 Getting Timely Care, Appointment and Information 80.08
ACO-2 How Well Your Doctors Communicate 87.85
ACO-3 Patient's Rating Of Doctor 88.96
ACO-4 Access To Specialist 86.66
ACO-5 Health Protection And Education 59.05
ACO-6 Shared Decision Making 72.36
ACO-7 Health Status / Functional Status 67.38
ACO-8 Risk Standardized, All Conditions Readmissions 15.59
ACO-9 ASC Admissions: COPD Or Ashtma In Older Adults 0.92
ACO-10 ASC Admissions: HF 1.27
ACO-11 Percent Of Primary Care Providers Who Successfully Attested For The EHR Incentive Program Incentive Payment 83.33
ACO-12 Medication Reconciliation
ACO-13 Falls: Screening For Falls Test 3.9
ACO-14 Influenza Immunization 55.19
ACO-15 Pnemococcal Vaccination 25.16
ACO-16 Adult Weight Scoring and Follow-Up 12.18
ACO-17 Tobacco Use Assessment and Cessation Intervention 100
ACO-18 Depression Screening 0
ACO-19 Colorectal Cancer Screening 6.49
ACO-20 Mammography Screening 58.28
ACO-21 Proportion of Adults Who Had Blood Pressure Screened In Past 2 Years 1.95
DM COMPOSITE Beneficiaries With Diabetes Who Met All The Following Criteria 0
ACO-22 Hemoglobin A1C Control (HbA1C) (<8 Percent) 0
ACO-23 Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) (<100 mg/dL) 0
ACO-24 Blood Pressure (BP) < 140/90 0
ACO-25 Tobacco Non-Use 6.17
ACO-26 Asprin Use 0
ACO-27 Percent Of Beneficiaries With Diabetes Whose HbA1C In Poor Control (>9 percent) 100
ACO-28 Percent Of Beneficiaries With Hypertension Whose BP < 140/90 0
ACO-29 Percent Of Beneficiaries With IVD with Complete Lipid Profile and LDL Control < 100 mg/dl 0
ACO-30 Percent Of Beneficiaries With Asprin Or Other Antithrombotic 0
ACO-31 Beta-Blocker Therapy For LVSD
CAD COMPOSITE Percent Of Beneficiaries With CAD Who Met All The Following Criteria 0.16
ACO-32 Drug Therapy For Lowering LDL-Cholesterol 1.62
ACO-33 (ACE) Inhibitor Or (ARB) Therapy For Patients With CAD and Diabetes And/Or (LVSD) 0

Organization Chart


CAROLINAS ACO