WASHINGTON, D.C. – On behalf of our members and health centers nationwide, Advocates for Community Health (ACH) is pleased to see the Biden-Harris Administration’s announcement today of the Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) Primary Care Flex Model and greatly appreciate our collaboration with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as it develops models that consider the unique needs of community health centers.

Established in 2021, ACH was founded to further health equity and foster innovation and value-based care. We are truly delighted to see our ideas and input incorporated into this model. As federally qualified health centers, we are invested in moving toward more value-based care, understanding its significant potential to enhance the health and well-being of the patients we serve every day.

We value our close-working partnership with CMS and look forward to its continued success.


About Advocates for Community Health

Advocates for Community Health (ACH) is a membership organization for federally qualified health centers that strives to advance the delivery of health care to underserved populations and to achieve health equity for patients and communities in need. We are committed to working collaboratively to advance well-defined and forward-thinking policies at the national level. By leveraging the wisdom, agility, and innovation of our members, ACH brings bold leadership to drive change in the American healthcare system. advocatesforcommunityhealth.org

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