The physician?s place in the ACO
Much of that standardization push can be boiled down to a desire by employers and the government to create so-called accountable care organizations (ACO), in the belief that better-organized, standardized care is better care, and that healthcare organizations will deliver better care if it is coordinated and if financial penalties or rewards accrue to those organizations producing better outcomes.
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