About Us

Supported by Children's Health

Children’s Health Pediatric Alliance is a physician-led, innovative pediatric Accountable Care Organization (ACO). We are a network of doctors, hospitals and other organizations that work together under the shared responsibility of providing coordinated care to children—working together to build a better model of care. A better model of care means transforming from a fee for service system to a value based system—and keeping patients healthy rather than just treating them when sick. 

Mission, Vision & Values

Mission

To make life better for children by building partnerships that promote physician-led and family-centered health care solutions that optimize health care delivery. 

 

Vision

Children’s Health℠ Pediatric Alliance will be among the top pediatric Accountable Care Organizations in the nation.

 

Values
  • Selfless Service:Serving others with an enthusiastic spirit.
  • Passionate Advocacy: Standing as champions for children.
  • Commitment to Excellence: Driving innovation and quality care to maximize outcomes.
  • Unwavering Integrity: Creating an environment of trust through honesty, transparency and authenticity.

Leadership

Board of Directors

Officers

Membership

In order to participate, you must first join Pediatric Partners. Members of Pediatric Partners have the opportunity to opt into Pediatric Alliance’s contract offerings. Participation includes the potential for individual physicians to be included in the preferred networks of a wide range of payor and employer groups, expanding your patient market. For more information on becoming a member of Pediatric Partners, please contact us at 844-456-HELP (4357) or info@pediatricpartnerstexas.com.

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FAQs

  • What is Pediatric Alliance?
  • What is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO)?
  • What is Pediatric Alliance’s Triple Aim?
  • What makes Pediatric Alliance unique?


  • What is Pediatric Alliance?
  • What is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO)?
  • What is Pediatric Alliance’s Triple Aim?
  • What makes Pediatric Alliance unique?
  • Are all ACOs the same?
  • How is Pediatric Alliance led?
  • Why should a provider participate in an ACO, like Pediatric Alliance?
  • What does Pediatric Alliance mean for physicians?
  • How do I join the ACO?

     

  • What is the difference between Pediatric Partners and Pediatric Alliance?
  • What are the additional requirements to participate in the ACO?
  • Are patients required to access care within a certain network? How will patient cost be impacted?
  • What is a narrow network?
  • How does Pediatric Alliance determine and define quality?
  • Is utilizing an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) required?
  • What is the difference between EMR and a Health Information Exchange (HIE)?
  • What are the benefits of utilizing a private HIE?
  • How does Pediatric Alliance define Care Coordination?
  • What is the difference between an ACO and an HMO, and how will this affect my patient?

News & Events

News


Events

  • Below are a few events that the Pediatric Alliance has recently attended or will soon be attending
    • International Public Management Association for Human Resources Texas Chapter Annual Conference- April 7-8, 2016
    • Dallas Business Journal Healthiest Employers in North Texas Awards- Thursday, March 10, 2016
    • DFW Business Group on Health- Thursday, December 3, 2015

Contact Us

  • Phone: 214-456-5252
  • Email: ACO@childrens.com
  • Address: Children's Health℠ Pediatric Alliance
  • 1935 Medical District Drive,
  • Mailstop ST4.01
  • Dallas, TX 75235

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