Changes in public policy, population demographics, and market dynamics are spurring innovative approaches to value-based care. Annually, hospitalizations for Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS) account for a substantial proportion of healthcare expenditures in the United States. Vanderbilt University Medical Center has developed a framework to deliver comprehensive care incorporating inpatient and outpatient care teams for patients with ACS under an episode-based, bundled reimbursement model for a term of 6 months. As such, a value-oriented pathway was created with the goals of (1) optimizing patient outcomes following ACS; (2) minimizing complications from the treatment of ACS; and (3) reducing costs of healthcare related to the treatment of ACS. In a tertiary care academic medical system receiving patients from multiple facilities involving multiple providers, standardization of care by using practice guidelines and evidence-based data coupled with a robust computerized provider order entry system provides a unique opportunity to produce a “best practice” algorithm for treating patients presenting with ACS. Presented in this study are in-hospital and postdischarge care pathways for treating a diverse group of patients presenting with ACS to our institution.