One Opinion of ACOs

Click on the link below to read an opinion article about ACOs from professors at Harvard’s business and medical schools. This article was originally published in the Wall Street Journal. ACOs (Accountable Care Organizations) seem to be a hot topic lately in the healthcare industry. There are a number of large medical groups and insurance companies around the nation that are running pilot ACO programs or are creating their own ACO-like programs. Are ACOs the way of the future? It’s anyone’s guess, but physicians (especially those in private, independent practice) should be actively involved in the discussion and understand how it could affect their current practices.

WSJ ACO article

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  1. says:

    The rest of the commercial payers participating in accountable care have contracts with just one or two ACOs, according to Leavitt Partners.

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