Medical Economics April 11, 2024
Richard Payerchin

Collaboration across CMS centers and with ACO participants is key.

Medicare leaders say they are committed to helping accountable care organizations work toward agency’s 2030 goal of having 100% of traditional Medicare beneficiaries in accountable care relationships.

Three top leaders within the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services spoke during the opening plenary of the 2024 spring conference of the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations (NAACOS). Association President and CEO Clif Gaus, ScD, spoke with Meena Seshamani, MD, PhD, deputy administrator and director of the Center for Medicare; Dora Hughes, MD, MPH, acting chief medical officer and acting director of the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ); and Elizabeth Fowler, PhD, JD, deputy administrator and director of...

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