Accountable Care Organization Infographics

Infographic: ACOs – Guiding the Patient Through the Healthcare Journey

My friends at BerylHealth recently sent me a copy of their latest ACO infographic. The graphic does a nice job of simplifying a fairly complex topic while ultimately promoting BerylHealth. I thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy!

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To download a copy of BerylHealth’s ACO infographic, go to

4 comments on “Infographic: ACOs – Guiding the Patient Through the Healthcare Journey

  1. Dan, do you happen to know how BerylHealth uses this infographic? For example, have their client ACO organizations used it as a patient/covered lives communication vehicle? Last week I was looking for some specific ACO best practices with regard to interesting/results-oriented patient communications. I wonder if you have seen any you might reference? I’m not looking for anything proprietary, just to be able to say, “ACO xyz did the following….”

    • dandunlop

      Hi Mary, I don’t know how Beryl is using the infographic other than to post on their website and hope others re-post it, as I have done. I’m also not aware of great case studies or best practices from ACOs. But I will keep this in mind and let you know when I hear of something!

  2. Hi Mary! We at BerylHealth use this to share with our clients looking to become ACOs. We send it as a mailer, share it digitally, and pass it out as a fun “SWAG” type item at events to engage with non-clients. We find that these infographics are enjoyable, and much more digestible, as well as a great conversation starter. Here is a MissionPoint success story we’ve used as a best practice for the ACOs & engagement angle. Also, we like to look at Kelsey-Seybold for member engagement success.

    Thank you, Mary, for your questions, and Dan for sharing!!

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