Fresenius Medical Care North America partners with over 1,000 nephrology service providers


February 15, 2022

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As part of the Kidney Care Choices models launched by CMS, Fresenius Medical Care North America announced in a press release that it has partnered with more than 1,000 nephrology providers.

Through these partnerships, FMCNA intends to provide specialized education and care to slow the progression of kidney disease. Additionally, the program will encourage preventive transplants and interventions to create a better treatment plan for kidney disease.

“We appreciate the more than 1,000 nephrology providers who have chosen to partner with us in this important values-based government program to improve care for people living with end-stage kidney disease and kidney failure,” David Pollack, president of FMCNA’s Integrated Care Group, said in a press release.

Most physicians FMCNA has partnered with are members of InterWell Health. The partnerships also aim to reduce hospital admissions.

“We are committed to delivering better outcomes while reducing the total costs of our health care system,” Pollack said. “Our innovative solutions have shown that we can really make a difference as we strive to intervene earlier to treat kidney disease within new value-based models. of care.”


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