Accountable care organizations, a fashionable name for a loosely defined fix for U.S. healthcare, are the center of debate, gossip and conjecture among policymakers and healthcare leaders. But the murky state of the model and poorly received draft regulations have not deterred plans among some organizations to create something real. See the results of Modern Healthcare's first ACO survey.
Survey finds ACOs loosely defined but growing
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