Michigan doctors launch ACO for Medicare patients
More than 1,800 Michigan physicians will work together in a new accountable care organization (ACO) to tackle the challenge of providing better medical care and slowing the growth of healthcare costs, an effort that will help them care for 81,000 of their Medicare-enrolled patients.
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