Sellers Dorsey worked with a large Georgia safety-net hospital that consistently struggled with managing the cost of care for its uninsured population. Through philanthropic funding, the hospital developed population health initiatives as a transformative solution to lower costs for Medicaid and uninsured populations. The goal of this project is to help the hospital continue its investment in population health programs and services for the community. This goal was met as AIDE, an ongoing initiative, provided viable funding for the hospital in its first program year.
Sellers Dorsey partnered with the hospital to secure funding that is anticipated to improve access to care, quality outcomes, and health equity. Through the delivery of value-based care initiatives, these improvements are designed to transform the healthcare delivery system for vulnerable, at-risk patients, scale existing programs, and drive systemic change. This program is critical to the health of Georgia’s future generations, as it is expected to ensure the sustainability and financial health of the hospital.
Outcome data on the hospital’s investments is expected to indicate:
Increased funding to:
In developing the program, the Sellers Dorsey team collaborated to:
Additionally, the Sellers Dorsey team collaborated closely with the client to: