Discover how ACOs like the Nebraska Health Network are working to strengthen patient care, reduce costs and improve quality outcomes. 

What is an Accountable Care Organization?

Accountable Care Organizations are networks of physicians and other health-care providers who share financial and medical responsibility for patients. Together, we focus on what matters most to patients.

Factors like:

  • Ensuring a quality care experience
  • Helping you proactively manage your health, and
  • Finding ways to lower your health-care costs

In addition, we look at the entire ACO network to identify population health trends that help us proactively address the needs of our community.

Introduction to ACOs Video

Watch this five minute video to better understand ACOs and how you benefit!

Accountable Care Organization Overview

Discover how Accountable Care Organizations are helping transform health care and help patients receive the highest quality of care, at the lowest cost while delivering the best patient experience. 

About the Nebraska Health Network

Established in 2010, Nebraska Health Network is the Accountable Care Organization for Methodist Health System and Nebraska Medicine. Our Network includes more than 2,000 physicians and advanced practice providers from these two leading health systems as well as several independent community clinics.

How You Benefit from an ACO

  • Improved Care Coordination
  • Prescription Management and Monitoring
  • Improved Quality Outcomes
  • Lower Health-Care Costs

NHN Library of Patient Resources

NHN has a variety of resources to help you proactively manage your health. Visit our Patient Resource Library to find self-check guides, disease management overviews and screening guidelines.

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