This study evaluates the spending trends of the Medicare Shared Savings Program from 2013 to 2014.
This Viewpoints argues against Accountable Care Organizations.
This Viewpoint argues that the accountable care organization approach has been successful in controlling health care costs and improving quality of care.
This Viewpoint discusses the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act and the key features of the law and the opportunities it presents to shape the future of payment and medical practice.
This Viewpoint describes steps taken by Oregon to change its Medicaid program to improve health care access and population health and slow increases in spending.
This Viewpoint discusses the use of loyalty programs within accountable care organizations as a means of achieving patient-centric care and enhancing the health system business model.
This population epidemiology study uses administrative data to compare differences in spending, utilization, and patient experiences associated with an accountable care organization vs traditional fee for service among Medicare beneficiaries.
This Viewpoint discusses how physicians and health care organizations could work together to achieve the optimal number of patient office visits.
This Viewpoint discusses the efforts between private payers and delivery systems to control health care spending.
This Viewpoint discusses the evolution of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Pioneer accountable care organization model.