ACO (Accountable care organizations)
An accountable care organization (ACO) is an association of hospitals, healthcare providers and insurers in which all parties voluntarily assume financial and medical responsibility for Medicare patients.. See complete definition.
04 Sep 2019
Transition to value-based care requires planning, communication
Establishing a value-based care environment requires institutional readiness and oftentimes changing an organization's mindset on how it delivers care. Continue Reading
06 Jun 2019
Insurers join forces to control value-based healthcare delivery
Commercial insurers are key drivers in the transition to value-based care in health systems through joint ventures, analytics and greater control over delivery of patient care. Continue Reading