Your provider is part of Main Line Health Physician Partners, a clinically integrated network (CIN) of health care professionals working together to improve the health and well-being of the community it serves. A clinically integrated network is a group of physicians, hospitals and health systems working to improve patient experience and value of care provided.
How our clinically integrated network serves patients
You may be wondering why seeing a provider who is part of a clinically integrated network is of value to you. After all, you expect to receive high-quality care and an optimal patient experience no matter what. Being part of this network means your doctor has a deep commitment to keeping you safe and healthy — not just treating you when you're sick. By being a part of Main Line Health Physician Partners, your physician is also striving to improve communication and coordination of care between all the physicians you see.
- Physicians in our network have interest in providing value care to their patients and strive to provide patients with a positive experience
- Providers within our network use electronic medical records (EMR), which allows for easier access to and review of your health information.
- By having ready access to more pieces of your health information, your physician can better oversee and direct your care.
Main Line Health Physician Partners is a partner of the Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization (DVACO), which is leading the way in improving the health of our communities through various clinical programs and initiatives. DVACO is one of the largest accountable care organizations in the United States and is among the highest performing for delivering quality care.
DVACO 2022 post-acute preferred network
- A list of all of the DVACO's preferred post-acute partners can be found by visiting the DVACO website.
Connection to Community
As part of our commitment to advancing health equity and improving community health, Mail Line Health is excited to introduce Connection to Community (C2C) — an online platform designed to help find affordable resources within patients' neighborhoods and communities for transportation, food, housing, and more. C2C is available publicly to any member of our community at connectiontocommunity.org.
Your practice can use C2C to help address your patients' health and wellness needs. Staff can use it to identify and facilitate referrals via "warm hand-offs" between individuals and community-based health and/or social service agencies. You can also direct patients to the website directly.
For questions regarding C2C, contact Shonalie Roberts, MLH System Director of Health Equity, at [email protected].