NAME AND BUSINESS OFFICE

 

NPCN ACO, LLC d/b/a ACCOUNTABLE CARE OF NEVADA

3509 E. Harmon Ave,

Las Vegas, NV 89121

 

 

PRIMARY CONTACT

 

Navneet N. Sharda, MD

CEO/Medical Director

702-547-2273

 

 

COMPOSITION OF ACO: Independent Medical Physicians and Groups in cooperative arrangement to maximize the quality of care delivered to their population of patients.

 

GOVERNING BODY:

Dr. Navneet N. Sharda, Voting Member and Chair, Cancer Care Center of Las Vegas

Dr. Victor Bruce, Voting Member, Swanlake Medical

Dr. Evan Allen, Voting Member, Evan C Allen Ltd

Mr. Daren Ackerman, Non-Voting Member and Compliance Officer, Nevada Primary Care Network ACO

Mr. John Magness, Voting Member, Medicare, Patient Representative

 

Credentials Committee:

Victor Bruce, MD

Jose Partida-Corona, MD

Charles McSwaine, MD

 

Hospital/SNF/Rehab Committee:

Alexander Akhavan, MD

Bernard Addo-Quaye, MD

Kathleen Cansler, MD

Syed Rahman, MD

Abhinav Sinha, MD

 

Quality Care Committee:

Herve Bezard, MD

Evarista Nnadi, MD

Adelaida Resuello, MD

Warren Smith, MD

 

Technology Committee:

Jim Chiang, MD

Stephen Dubin, MD

David Kim, MD

 

Utilization Committee:

Evan Allen, MD

Joanne Leovy, MD

Howard Mason, MD

Christian Stoermer, MD

Sang Tran, MD

 

 

 

AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF SHARED SAVINGS/LOSSES

 

Performance Year 1:

TBD

Performance Year 2:

TBD

Performance Year 3:

TBD

 

 

SHARED SAVINGS DISTRIBUTION

 

The Accountable Care of Nevada is committed to incentive-driven performance and has designed the shared savings model to invest, on a phased-in basis, in provider incentives upon recovering any start-up and operating costs. After paying operating costs, including reimbursing participants and sponsors for any start-up and operating costs they incurred on behalf of NPCN ACO, LLC, the ACO will distribute a minimum of 70 percent of the remaining total savings as follows:

 

a. 50 percent based upon physician economic performance.

 

b. 20 percent to other ACO providers/suppliers.

 

The remaining 30 percent of savings will be retained for investment in information and care management systems, or for additional provider incentives, as determined on an annual basis by the Governing Board.