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Why Accountable Care Organizations Won’t Deliver Better Health Care—and Market Innovation Will
Primary care physicians ... a new organizational model for enterprising providers could: In theory, ACOs provide financial incentives to organizations that, by encouraging providers to work under a ... read more
Paul Keckley On Accountable Care Organizations: What’s Their Future?
Both efforts (IDNs and ACOs) aimed to reduce costs ... percent annually for the next decade will prompt close attention to the effectiveness of ACOs as a vehicle for reducing cost. Physician-led ... read more
Integrating Specialty Care Into Accountable Care Organizations: Perspectives From The Field
For example, while 45.7 percent of visits to office-based physicians ... to engage or provide incentives for specialists to actively change practice patterns to reduce costs and develop new care ... read more
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Partnership for Patients to Improve Care, Lower Costs Introduced by Obama Administration
Over the next ten years, the Partnership for Patients could reduce costs to Medicare by about ... and departments to improve patient care. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) to Coordinate Care HHS ... read more
Researchers Ask: Is ACO Payment Worth the Time, Effort?
Accountable care organizations (ACOs) burst onto the health care scene in the past decade, full of promise as a way to help hospitals, physicians and other health care professionals reduce health care ... read more
New health-care law might make your doctor more informed, efficient, responsive
Some physicians resent the fact that the new law promotes ... certainly less than 20 percent. A study of a large health-care organization in Colorado in which reduction of hospital use was already a ... read more
Philanthropy's Important Role in the Transition to Accountable Care Organizations
The results will be better care, better patient outcomes, lower costs (or slowing of cost increases) and more financially sound providers. It would appear that accountable care organizations ... ... read more
Medicare Accountable Care Organization Results For 2015: The Journey To Better Quality And Lower Costs Continues
This variation underscores that payment reform alone is not enough to improve quality and reduce costs ... tools for organizations to develop the care delivery competencies needed for success in new ... read more
The End of Health Insurance Companies
Here’s a bold prediction for the new year. By 2020, the American health insurance industry will be extinct. Insurance companies will be replaced by accountable care organizations ... improve health ... read more
Yes, There’s Hope for Health Care Reform
Mr. Azar can step up the pace of progress by injecting more competition and market incentives into two of the initiatives he inherited. Accountable care organization plans were introduced ... stays, ... read more