KelseyCare Subsite Home Page 2 HTML Part 2: The Triple Aim - The Energy Behind Improved Outcomes and Value Through Evidence-Based Care Published on: 4/21/2021 This blog is the second part of a two-part series that explores how providers in an ACO like Kelsey-Seybold Clinic use the Triple Aim to improve outcomes... Learn more Part 1: Evidence-Based Care, a Tenet of the ‘Triple Aim’ Published on: 4/7/2021 This blog is the first part of a two-part series that will explore how the providers in an ACO like Kelsey-Seybold Clinic use evidence-based care to improve outcomes... Learn more Check Under the Hood: Six Tips for Looking Beyond the Surface When Shopping Accountable Care Organizations. Published on: 3/5/2021 When you shop for a car, it's unlikely that you can evaluate the entire vehicle by the cost... Learn more Primary Care Physicians: The Backbone and Coordinator of Your Healthcare Team Published on: 1/22/2021In football, it’s the role of the offensive coordinator to orchestrate the plays that will ultimately move the ball to the end zone. Without the offensive coordinator... Learn more Plugging the Leak: How Employers Can Avoid High-Cost Claims That Can Sink the Employee Healthcare Budget Published on: 1/6/2021In many ways, chronic health conditions are like a tiny leak in the bottom of a sailboat. It doesn’t seem to be an immediate threat and you can still enjoy the... Learn more Accountable Care Organizations: Choose this Mindful Approach to Healthcare Spending Published on: 12/16/2020There’s a lot of talk about being mindful of the choices in our daily lives and in how we treat ourselves and others. It’s the topic of social media posts and... Learn more Inpatient Costs Too High? Adjust Your Healthcare Relay Team Published on: 11/30/2020Kelsey-Seybold hospitalists coordinate care for hospitalized patients and ensure a smooth handoff back to the primary care physician (PCP) at... Learn more A Chronic Condition: How Healthcare Fraud and Waste Increase Cost of Care Published on: 11/18/2020Virtually any healthcare provider would agree that even a chronic condition that is likely to be well managed needs to be first diagnosed and... Learn more Subscribe to Our Blog!