Our Vision

Healthcare delivery in America isn’t perfect, but it’s not broken. What does need fixing is how we pay for it. The fee-for-service model compromises quality, increases costs, and doesn't hold anyone accountable. As a result, patients, providers, and payers are frustrated with the process, costs, and outcomes.

We've worked within all of the various payment systems over the years, and we know the bundled care model is a better solution. It reduces costs, and measurably improves clinical outcomes and the patient experience.

Today, we participate in all of the Medicare bundled payment programs, as well as a growing number of commercial initiatives, with demonstrated results. Our goal is to help expand these programs so that more patients receive the right care, at the right time, and in the right setting.


Archway by the Numbers

Millions & Billions

  • Working with hundreds of US providers

  • Billions of claims analyzed

  • Hundreds of millions in annual bundled payment dollars under management

  • Millions of gainshare dollars distributed to providers

Our Expertise

  • Engaged in payment reform since the 1990s

  • Entered bundled payments in 2011

  • Active in all 5 CMS programs since inception

  • 100% focused on bundled payment

 

Results

  • 51% reduction in re-admissions

  • 62% reduction in post-acute facility costs

  • More than $2,900 average savings per episode for physician- driven bundles

  • 98% average patient satisfaction score

Office & Partners

  • Offices in Boston and New York City

  • Strategic investors Coverys and athenahealth


Risk Market

The risk transference in healthcare is underway. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is rapidly shifting risk from the government’s hands onto the books of providers, private payers, and others in healthcare. Leaders at the CMS Innovation Center have expressed a desire to have 100% of providers in both upside and downside risk programs by 2025; as of late 2018, that percentage was around 30%.

Providers can raise their hands by participating in voluntary alternative payment models and bundled payment programs before being dragged into mandatory models.


Who We Help