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All Signify Health Collaborative ACOs Earn Shared Savings for 2021 Performance

By Signify Health News on 8/30/22 1:00 PM

Signify’s provider partners saved more than $138 million in 2021, and all Collaborative ACOs
earned 100 percent on their Merit-Based Incentive Payment System scores

Signify achieves record ACO sales for 2023, Collaborative ACOs to reach over 700,000
attributed lives in 2023 

DALLAS and NEW YORK – August 30, 2022Signify Health, Inc. (NYSE: SGFY), a leading
value-based healthcare platform enabled by advanced analytics, technology, and nationwide
healthcare networks, today announced that its collaborative accountable care organizations
(ACOs) generated more than $138 million in gross savings in 2021. As a result of their strong
performance in the Medicare Shared Savings Program, community hospitals and their affiliated
physicians earned more than $59 million in shared savings payments. The Company also
announced that it has surpassed its target for new ACO bookings in 2023 due to the strong
performance and the combined capabilities of Signify Health and Caravan Health.

“These impressive results confirm what we have learned through many years managing
outcomes-based payment models – our dedicated population health management leads to
quality care while saving money for Medicare,” said Kyle Armbrester, Signify Health CEO. “Our
approach and track record has resonated with our clients, allowing us to achieve record ACO
sales for 2023 and to surpass 700,000 lives under management in 2023, with nearly 70% of
attributed lives expected to be in Enhanced tracks. I’m excited to bring Signify’s in-home
capabilities to these new clients in the coming months.”

Signify Health’s success-based pricing model, with no upfront fees, effectively minimizes
downside risk and has resulted in all Collaborative ACOs earning MIPS scores of 100% and the
maximum positive payment adjustment. MIPS, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ value-based measurement program, adjusts Medicare payment rates based on healthcare quality and outcomes.

In 2022, Signify aligned with more than 29,000 providers across more than 40 states,
representing more than 500,000 covered lives. Provider organizations participating in Signify’s
Collaborative ACOs include health systems, integrated delivery networks, rural and community
hospitals, and independent practices. Signify is building on its success with a suite of new
services in 2023, including in-home capabilities, Return to Home to support patient care
transitions, and analytic enhancements to help providers solve patient problems at the point-of-

In March 2022, Signify Health acquired Caravan Health, a leader in guiding ACOs to success
with client results that have historically led the nation in earned shared savings and MIPS
scores. The acquisition resulted in one of the largest national networks of providers engaged in
value-based payment models, with the goal to excel in population health management and
value-based payment programs.

About Signify Health

Signify Health is a leading healthcare platform that leverages advanced analytics, technology,
and nationwide healthcare provider networks to create and power value-based payment
programs. Our mission is to build trusted relationships to make people healthier. Our solutions
support value-based payment programs by aligning financial incentives around outcomes,
providing tools to health plans and healthcare organizations designed to assess and manage
risk and identify actionable opportunities for improved patient outcomes, coordination, and cost-savings. Through our platform, we coordinate what we believe is a holistic suite of clinical,
social, and behavioral services to address an individual’s healthcare needs and prevent adverse
events that drive excess cost, all while shifting services towards the home.

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