ACO final rule removes many hurdles, makes option more appealing
Physicians and practice managers have been trying to decide for months now whether an accountable care organization (ACO) could be a viable path toward a more secure financial future, but there were plenty of reasons to be wary. The decision could be easier now that the final rule has been issued by HHS-many of the barriers were removed.
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