A lack of financial viability, cited by some organizations as a reason for abandoning the program, does not surprise one longtime critic of the federal accountable care organization program.
Not-for-profit hospitals are feeling financially pinched as healthcare reform efforts seek to simultaneously increase healthcare accessibility, cut costs, and improve quality.
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