When Performance Isn't A Priority: Three Signs Your Practice Needs A Better ACO Partner
ACOs offer tremendous potential for primary care organizations to improve outcomes and grow revenues, but when the ACO is unsuccessful, it may be time to search for a new one.
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Accountable care organizations offer tremendous potential for primary care organizations to improve clinical outcomes and grow shared savings revenues in a value-based healthcare system. This is an exciting opportunity, but it also raises an important question for independent primary care organizations that have not found success in their current ACOs: when is it time to find a new ACO?