Industry Challenges

  • Many clinical provider groups resist participation in value-based care programs
  • Value based care is new to long-term care and many owner operators are unfamiliar with how to achieve shared savings.
  • Complicated CMS process to realize significant shared savings

The Eventus Way

  • More than 3 years of successful value-based accountable care performance
  • Partnered with long-term facility owner operators and have shared significant savings
  • Established value-based care team led by an experienced Chief Value Officer


Average Savings vs. Benchmark


MSSP ACO Total System Savings

Clinical Leadership

Industry Challenges

  • Highly fragmented care delivered by many small provider groups
  • Physicians serving long-term care as part-time work
  • Medical Directors failing to provide clinical leadership

The Eventus Way

  • Proven integrated primary care and behavioral health clinical model supported by medical assistants and care coordinators
  • More than 350 Physicians and APPs working full-time exclusively in long- term care
  • Quality Assurance and Process Improvement (QAPI) led by AMDA trained physicians


Full time physicians and APPs


AMDA certified medical directors


Industry Challenges

  • Significant investment required in new processes, tools and technology to be successful in value-based care
  • Facility owner operators are expecting provider organizations to be prepared to move quickly
  • Maximizing shared savings opportunities requires more than what providers can achieve at the bedside

The Eventus Way

  • Completed multi-year investment in people, provider training and technology to ensure success
  • Partnered in value-based programs with owner operators representing more than 100 facilities and prepared to add immediately
  • Created teams dedicated to working in concert with providers to improve clinical quality while reducing the overall cost of care


Significant investment


AI and population health management


Industry Challenges

  • Value-based care success is constrained by the large number of small provider groups who lack the ability to grow
  • Value-based accountable care opportunities provided by CMS require a significant patient caseload to maximize the benefit and manage the risks
  • The significant changes in the long- term care industry to achieve CMS goals requires expertise small clinical provider groups do not possess alone

The Eventus Way

  • Five States, 900 facilities, 352 full-time providers and growing daily
  • Providing care to 36,000 patients residing in long-term care communities
  • Pursuing value-based care options with CMS and others only available to large clinical provider organizations