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Southeast Primary Care Partners Wraps 2023 with Expanded Regional Footprint, Revenue Growth and Enhanced Services

Medical Group Continues Rapid Growth in the Southeast, Supporting Primary Care Physicians and Boosting Access to Proactive, Preventive and Community-based Care

Alpharetta, GA–December 21, 2023Southeast Primary Care Partners (SPCP), a primary care-focused medical group dedicated to achieving true value-based care everywhere, has concluded a year marked by dynamic growth, as the company continued its investment in primary care physicians and practices, propelling a shift from reactive, expensive treatment to proactive, preventive care that will cut healthcare costs for the system by identifying and treating chronic conditions thereby preventing acute and accelerated disease states. Throughout 2023, SPCP maintained its commitment to upholding the independence of primary care physicians, helping them deliver better outcomes at a lower cost.

“This past year was unmatched in our growth throughout the southeast, and I’m exceptionally proud of the team for their tireless work to support primary care physicians and bolster their transition to value-based care,” said Eric Lisle, CEO, president and co-founder of SPCP. “We know that primary care providers are struggling. They are undervalued, often overlooked, and many are on the verge of burnout. It is our belief that they are the backbone of our healthcare system, and Southeast Primary Care Partners is determined to support them as they provide critical services to their patients and often underserved communities.”

Regional Growth

Southeast Primary Care Partners made significant strides as it expanded its regional footprint in 2023, with over 28,000 Medicare lives attributed to employed clinics (up from 4,400 in 2021), and 56 locations (up from 18 in 2021), with nearly 600,000 total patient visits expected by the end of the year.

Founded in 2021, the company began its work in the North Atlanta suburbs and has since expanded into all of Atlanta, across the state of Georgia and now has a growing presence in Alabama as well.

Population Health and Care Management Capabilities

Southeast Primary Care Partners’ 2023 momentum underscores its goal to be the largest primary care group in the southeast by attributed lives, premium managed, and value-based care performance. With 70,000 value-based lives and a $720M premium under management, the SPCP team includes 24 care managers and another 15 dedicated population health personnel on board to take the burden off providers and deliver dedicated service to patients.

Leading Technology for Better Practice Management

Southeast Primary Care Partners leverages a mix of technologies to simplify practice management, improve care and increase communication. Each tool works well on its own, but together and with SPCP’s oversight, these platforms work as a cohesive ecosystem, providing better care coordination, real-time visibility, point-of-care insights, health indicator updates, streamlined communication for independent practices, and more.

“As an organization, we understand the unique and constantly evolving challenges facing independent practices, and one of the ways we support them is with tech offerings that help them streamline operations and simplify some of the most time-consuming tasks in owning and operating a primary care practice,” said Joe Felger, Vice President, Information Technology at SPCP. “As we look ahead, we continue to refine our current offerings and listen to both our providers and the health tech industry to get a sense for what’s next, and how we can best support our network of primary care providers.”

About Southeast Primary Care Partners 

Southeast Primary Care Partners (SPCP) is committed to upholding the independence, innovation and collaboration of Primary Care Physicians, with the ultimate goal of transforming healthcare and achieving true value-based care everywhere. Our cutting-edge processes, tools, and technology ease administrative burdens and allow for a greater focus on patients. Headquartered in Georgia, SPCP is rapidly growing throughout the Southeast and beyond. For more information, visit http://southeastpcp.com

 

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