C2i Overview: The Next Level in Physician Alignment
Hospitals and physicians understand the need to collaborate to build an aligned and fully integrated delivery system. The first step is physician alignment within specific service lines. Although success is measured within each service line, this approach is often siloed and offers uneven results.
Dynafios C2i (Combination to Integration) methodology is a unique approach to physician alignment. C2i takes a service line and creates an integrated approach to extend physician alignment at all levels. Instead of viewing physician alignment through a single lens as, Dynafios C2i calibrates a global vision, transforming clinical care and financial performance through each discipline.
- Define and monitor operational, clinical, service, financial and strategic KPIs
- Real-time measurement into individual or collective performance metrics
- Manage consistent, unified change throughout the service line
- Extend alignment through all disciplines rather than a siloed approach
- Financial incentives are distributed based on individual and group performance
How Dynafios C2i Works
Dynafios assembles a C2i Council consisting of leaders from all disciplines within the service line. The Council defines a set of key performance indicators (KPIs) that include operations, clinical, service, financial and strategic, which will be monitored and measured at regular intervals. The Council meets to monitor progress individually and/or as a collective, and leverages Clinical Ambassadors to disseminate changes throughout the service line.
The Dynafios C2i methodology initiates and measures transformative change that is consistently integrated throughout all facets of the service line. Instead of focusing on one aspect at a time, the entire service line is transformed as a whole, with each step measured using Dynafios 4CAST healthcare analytics platform. Dynafios 4CAST offers an interactive dashboard providing real-time monitoring of KPIs to help the C2i Council navigate change effectively.
KPIs are measured individually and on a group basis. This affords the physicians to be measured and incentivized individually and as part of a group. Payouts are quarterly rather than annually as in typical co-management agreements.