ACOs: From Volume to Value

Potential cost savings from accountable care organizations are in pharmaceuticals, hospital admissions, ED usage, procedures, and high-end ancillary services, which creates a significant business model conflict. Forward-focused leaders offer insights on flipping the business model to succeed as an ACO.

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