Expect higher standards with better outcomes.
As an IASN member, you can expect the following from our network:
Stronger partnerships with managed care plans enhance our member’s ability to provide better care in a managed care environment
The potential to negotiate payment incentives and value-based contracts tied to quality incentives enhances ROI
Robust Quality Programs provide the ability to benchmark, measure, and improve overall quality performance
Opportunities to accept more referrals as a result of contracts with multiple health plans
Members in the News
Julie Thorson, president and CEO of Friendship Haven, outside the long-term care facility in Fort Dodge, Iowa
A race to keep nursing home staff and residents safe.
A review of federal data by NBC News shows 1 in 10 facilities said they did not have a week’s supply of N95 masks. More than 1,300 nursing homes across the country had three or more cases, the highest number ever reported in a single week. NBC News Investigates.
IASN contracts with Strategic Health Care for Network Management Services, which also includes: Securing competitive contracts and creating strong payor relationships for IASN Members, Credentialling, and a Robust Quality Program.