Jackson Health Network (JHN) is a Clinically Integrated Network designed to continuously improve health outcomes of the population served, reduce overall health expenditures, and create efficiencies through enhanced collaboration between health care professionals, the hospital system, physicians and community leaders. JHN officially formed in 2011 after a year of careful planning by local leaders. Since then, it has evolved into one of the most advanced clinically integrated networks in the Midwest.
JHN is led by physicians and its shared governance structure includes dozens of providers from the community. Network membership cares for nearly the entire population of Jackson County and is growing into adjacent geographies. JHN is highly integrated with data sharing and point of care clinical tools that support performance on clinical programs. The Network earns performance-based incentives through its various payor contracts and distributes these incentives to providers through a methodology that recognizes the provider’s performance and impact on attributed lives. JHN is leading the transition to value-based care for the greater Jackson community. Learn more about us »