Healthcare Innovation November 16, 2020
Mark Hagland

One of the more immediate health policy challenges for the incoming administration will be how to balance out the need to intensify the shift to a value-based healthcare system with challenging current financial realities  

As we reported last week, with the change of administrations that will be coming in January, the leaders of the Washington, D.C.-based National Association of ACOs (NAACOS), which represents hundreds of accountable care organizations nationwide, on Thursday, Nov. 12, published an outline of what they consider to be successful ACO models, and NAACOS’s president and CEO has published an analysis in the Health Affairs Blog.

We noted that, in a press release published to the association’s website, NAACOS’s leaders said on Thursday that, “As the Biden-Harris administration starts...

 
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