• Accountable Care Organization (ACO)

    Millennium Accountable Care Organization is participating in a Medicare Accountable Care Organization (ACO) program. An ACO is a group of doctors, hospitals, and health care providers working together with Medicare to give improved service and care to Medicare Fee-for-Service patients.

    The goals of the ACO program are:

    - Promoting accountability for the care of Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries

    - Coordinating care for all services provided under Medicare Fee-for-Service

    - Investing in infrastructure and redesigned care processes

    This ACO is only for Fee-for-Service (FFS) Medicare patients and not Medicare Advantage based beneficiaries. If you have any questions or concerns, you can call us at 1-888-364-3311 or bring it up next time you’re in your doctor’s office. You can also visit the ACO section of www.Medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). Just let the operator know you are requesting information about ACOs.

    (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048.)

    ACO Name and Location

    Millennium Accountable Care Organization
    6321 Daniels Parkway, Suite 201
    Fort Myers, FL 33912

    Also Known As:  ProCare Med, LLC

    Primary Contact

    Balford Francis
    E-mail: bfrancis@millenniumphysician.com
    Phone:  1-855-674-7400 (ext. 106)

    Composition of ACO

    - N/A

    ACO Participants

    - Millennium Physician Group

    Millennium Accountable Care Organization Governing Body

    - Brian Fox, Voting Member and Chairman, Millennium Physician Group

    - Geurt Peet, Voting Member and Director, Millennium Physician Group

    - David Koeninger, Voting Member and Director, Millennium Physician Group

    - Roy McKinley, Voting Member and Director, Millennium Physician Group

    - Juan Rivera, M.D., Voting Member and Director, Millennium Physician Group

    - Larry Scoggins, Voting Member and Medicare Beneficiary

    Millennium Accountable Care Organization Committees and Key Leadership Personnel

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    Aggregate Amount of Shared Savings/Losses

    - Performance Year 1: TBD

    - Performance Year 2: TBD

    - Performance Year 3: TBD

    How Shared Savings Are Distributed

    The distribution of actual savings will be determined by a number of factors such as number of Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries per primary care provider, participation in quality programs and patient access programs Millennium Physician Group providers:

    - Reinvest in infrastructure:

    - Distribution to Millennium Primary Care Professionals