Privia Health is built on the belief that the patient-provider relationship is the foundation of healthcare. We enable doctors and their teams to focus on keeping people healthy.

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Our Company

Our high-performance providers, proprietary technology, and team-based approach create a world-class patient experience that better manages the health of the communities we serve.

We align with key stakeholders — payers, providers, employers, and health systems — to improve the patient experience, accelerate the transition to value, reduce unnecessary costs and utilization, and create a high-quality healthcare experience for patients and providers.

Our Team

Our leaders combine diverse healthcare experience and expertise with a passion for transforming healthcare to benefit all parties.

As a physician-led organization, we understand the vital role providers play in shaping the healthcare landscape. Our diverse leadership enables us to optimize quality, value, and efficiency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Privia Health?

Privia Health is a national physician organization meeting providers where they are to transform the healthcare delivery experience. Our company comprises regional medical groups, accountable care organizations, and specialty verticals united by cutting-edge tools, technology, and talent.

What does “transforming healthcare” mean?

We align key stakeholders, including payers, providers, employers, and health systems to improve the patient experience, accelerate the transition to value, reduce unnecessary costs and utilization, and create a high-quality healthcare experience for patients, families, and providers.

How is Privia different than an independent physician association (IPA)?

While an IPA offers many useful services, these organizations lack our clinical and financial integration, infrastructure, and governance that enable us to succeed in advanced risk, value-based arrangements.