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(Portland State University) Accountable Care Organizations -- or ACOs -- formed for the first time in 2011, designed to combat rising medical costs and provide more coordinated care to Medicare patients. But the savings have been inconsistent nationwide. A new Portland State University study looked at what's driving those inconsistencies and what ACOs might do to resolve the issue.
Original Article: PSU study finds out-of-network primary care tied to rising ACO costsNEXT ARTICLE