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Houston's Accountable
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The One Plan. Quality and
Affordability are All-in-One.

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"The Proven Solution"
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Cost-Effective Plan

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KelseyCare Ranked Houston's
Most "Cost-Effective" Plan
for 9 years

High Enrollee Satisfaction

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CAHPS®* has rated KelseyCare among
the best in four overall categories.

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*  The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®) grades healthcare quality from the patient’s perspective.

Fact Sheets
Learn more about KelseyCare's accountable, coordinated disease management programs.

  • Real Patients, Real Stories about employees health insurance.
  • How Accountable Care Delivers Greater Value to Patients at a Lower Total Medical Cost.

Join Hematology/Oncology Specialist, Dr. T.J. Patel, as he walks you through Joe’s journey, a 54-year-old cancer patient who benefitted from closely coordinated cancer care with his medical team at the Kelsey-Seybold Cancer Center. Dr. Patel contrasts KelseyCare's highly coordinated "accountable" care and its direct benefit to patients and families, against "traditional care" approaches that lack the close coordination and teamwork that today's patients demand and deserve.
 Watch the recorded webinar here.

Join Chief of Internal Medicine Dr. Tony Lin as he walks you through Lily's journey, a 32-year-old KelseyCare member who experienced "accountable care in action" after her diabetes diagnosis. Watch the recorded webinar here.

Dr. Patrick Carter Explains Accountable Care
Dr. Patrick Carter, Chief of Department of Family Medicine and Medical Director of Care Coordination and Quality Improvement at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, explains how an accountable care organization benefits patients.

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Care Vs. Not Care

Dr. Carter explains the difference between "care" and "not care" when it comes to patients.

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