Our Subsidiaries

Managing Over A Million Medical Lives

Through our subsidiaries, we at ApolloMed provide administrative, medical management and clinical services to affiliated IPAs and medical groups. This umbrella of medical groups includes MSO, consolidated IPAs, and ACO, all of which have allowed us to become one of the nation’s largest population health management companies and one of few that provides the full spectrum of care.

With our affiliated physician groups and consolidated entities, we manage the medical lives of more than 1.1 million people across 15 states and territories.

Network Medical Management

Management services organizations (MSOs) provide management, administrative and other non-medical support services to medical companies and IPAs. Some of these services include, but are not limited to billing, collections and human resources.

Our NMM subsidiary operates as an MSO and provides services to medical groups and IPAs under master service agreements (MSAs). MSAs are long-term agreements, which typically have an initial term of 3-30 years and are generally not terminable by our affiliated IPAs and medical groups except in the case of bankruptcy, fraud, or other illegal acts by the contracting MSO. Through the MSA, NMM has exclusive authority over non-medical decisions related to business operations. The MSAs typically provide for management fees earned on a percentage of revenue or cash collections by physician practices.

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Independent Physician Associations (IPAs)

Empowering independent physicians

An IPA is a group of doctors in a network. IPAs contract with physicians to provide care on a risk and values-based fee basis to Medicare, Medicaid, commercial and dual-eligible patients.

Consolidated IPAs

Our consolidated IPAs include the following companies:

  • Allied Pacific IPA
  • Alpha Care Medical Group
  • Accountable Health Care IPA
  • Access Primary Care Medical Group

Managed IPAs

Our managed IPAs include the following companies:

  • LaSalle
  • 10 additional leading California IPAs under MSAs with NMM


Next-Generation ACO

The next-generation ACO model from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is an attribution-based risk-sharing model that negotiates discounts and manages claims. Provider groups assume higher financial risks and can potentially achieve higher rewards. Under this model, a network of physicians in 15 U.S. states and territories deliver coordinated care to set beneficiaries.   

Our next-generation accountable care organization subsidiary is APA ACO (APA ACO), which manages the medical lives of 29,000 members. 

APA ACO has a record of stellar accomplishments. In 2019, APA ACO ranked in the top four of organizations of its kind (out of 37) in gross savings by amount and percentage.

Commercial Accountable Care Organization (ACO) & Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO)

An accountable care organization (ACO) is a group of providers that join together to coordinate care for patients and are accountable for the quality, cost, and overall care of their aligned beneficiaries. An exclusive provider organization (EPO) is a health plan that delivers care under risk-bearing and capitated arrangements with employers. Members must use their local network of providers for care. Together, our ACOs and EPOs manage 59,000 members’ medical lives.