Accountable Care Organizations: Do they save money?
from The Clinical Advisor
Accountable Care Organizations are increasingly taking responsibility for healthcare management, recordkeeping, and payment. These organizations generally take on administrative functions that support care management and risk analysis designed to keep costs down. In adapting to Medicaid changes, multiple states have adopted different types of ACO systems. A recent issue of JAMA Internal Medicine featured coverage of three variations of ACO payment models.
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