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ANN ARBOR, Michigan, November 23, 2015 ─ Medical Advantage today announced a partnership with the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) that will enable the organizations to collaborate in their efforts to lead physicians into the future through optimal practice models, population management, electronic medical records, and better patient engagement.
Medical Advantage serves more than 2,000 independent physicians. Its services help simplify the delivery of efficient, high-quality healthcare so providers may achieve their practice transformation and clinical integration goals. OSMA is dedicated to advancing the practice of medicine for its nearly 16,000 Ohio physician members and their patients.
“Today’s announcement with OSMA is another step in our journey to provide the support independent physicians need to succeed in value-based contracts,” said Paul MacLellan, CEO of Medical Advantage. “This partnership will also help us deliver a broad scope of value-based healthcare solutions to health systems, independent physician associations, physician hospital organizations, and accountable care organizations.”
About Medical Advantage
Medical Advantage simplifies the delivery of efficient, high-quality healthcare for medical practices, health centers, physician organizations, hospitals and health systems. Medical Advantage helps doctors navigate the shifting healthcare landscape by providing the resources needed to deliver better patient care in the new value-based healthcare economy. Medical Advantage has two decades of expertise managing physician organizations and ACOs. Its ACO clients have demonstrated success in improving quality measures and reducing costs of care in Medicare’s Shared Savings Plan. Medical Advantage manages the Consortium of Independent Physician Associations as well as Professional Medical Corporation. To learn more, visit www.medicaladvantagegroup.com.
About the Ohio State Medical Association
The OSMA is a statewide medical association representing nearly 16,000 Ohio physicians, residents, fellows, medical students, and practice managers. The OSMA is dedicated to advancing the practice of medicine for physicians and their patients, advocating on behalf of Ohio physicians at the state level, and protecting the medical profession. To learn more, visit www.osma.org.