Tag Archives: ACO

The 'S' Word in Healthcare Reform

by Tom Norton In little more than two years, the main elements of the HCR will take hold across the nation.  As implementation continues to ramp up, one of the more intriguing questions surrounding its activation is, is the “S” word being realized?…That is, “S” as in “savings.” Are the much publicized “savings” that were […]
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So, Where Are We with ACOs?

Tom Norton gets to grips with what an Accountable Care Organization is … and what it is not. Sixteen months into the new Healthcare Reform law, many continue to wonder about the status one of the most confused aspects of the new HCR — the elusive Accountable Care Organization, or ACO. And why are ACOs […]
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