Across the country, states are pursuing Medicaid accountable care organizations (ACOs) as a way to align provider and payer incentives to focus on value instead of volume. ACOs offer promising potential for improving patient outcomes and controlling costs by shifting accountability for risk and quality to providers.
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We Need More Data on Medicaid ACOs to Determine Drivers of Success
“Provider Payment Reform: Right Course, Wrong Students?,” a recent blog post authored by Chris Koller, President of the Milbank Memorial Fund, argues that while delivering high-value care to vulnerable populations is the “right coursework” for the US health care system, the “courses” (value-based payment (VBP) programs) should be targeted toward primary care practices, as opposed… Read more »
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