5 Reasons Why ACOs Could Fail



Accountable care organizations are unlikely to accomplish their objectives if former provider-hospital competitors must collaborate with each other, says a report in Health Affairs. The disconnect between community physicians and hospital services, trust issues, and resistance to redistributing income may cause ACOs to fail, authors say.


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