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Innovista Health Solutions continues Texas market growth; Adding United Physicians of San Antonio ACO

Innovista Health Solutions (Innovista), a leading population health management organization announced today they have added a new client partner, United Physicians of San Antonio ACO (UPSA).  UPSA, established in 2014, has partnered with Innovista to improve performance on current contracts and expand their ACO network.  As ofJanuary 1, 2016, Innovista will partner with UPSA’s physicians across 32 independent practices to manage value based care for over 15,000 patients.

Innovista partners with physician-led organizations to efficiently manage large-scale population health and help them win in the new value-based contract environment.  UPSA adds San Antonio to Innnovista’s Texas portfolio of over 500 physicians in ACO networks across Dallas, Houston, Austin and other surrounding communities.  The addition of UPSA to Innovista’s ACO management portfolio demonstrates the true value of services that the Innovista team offers partnering physicians.

“We are pleased to be working with the UPSA physicians.  We are honored with their selection of Innovista as a partner to navigate the evolving value based healthcare environment and drive their continued success,” said Rich Steinle, CEO of Innovista Health Solutions.

“We are excited to improve our performance and expand our ACO physician team utilizing Innovista’s experience, technology and programs,” said Richard Turner, President of United Physicians of San Antonio ACO.

Innovista’s proven success enabling independent physicians to manage value-based arrangements and UPSA’s goals are in perfect alignment.  Innovista will work alongside ACO leadership to foster growth by offering prospective physicians innovative tools and services necessary to manage care across a diverse range of contracts. 

“UPSA is always interested in adding new physicians dedicated to delivering high-quality patient care and committed to succeeding in value-based contracts,” said Lloyd Van Winkle, M.D. Medical Director of United Physicians of San Antonio ACO.