Mayo Clinic Looks to Affiliations to Expand Brand
Meanwhile the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is moving forward with its partnership with Banner Health in Arizona to develop M. D. Anderson Banner Cancer Centers in the state.
Mayo Clinic announced earlier this year that it would not participate in the ACO program and recent changes in that program have been widely viewed as an effort to make ACOs attractive to health systems like Mayo.
"We're going to see a lot of different delivery models tested and it could be years before we find the models that work," said Rupp.
Margaret Dick Tocknell is a reporter/editor with HealthLeaders Media.
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