Healthcare Innovation June 13, 2022
Mark Hagland

NAACOS leaders, in an op-ed article published in the American Journal of Managed Care online, argue that the ACO REACH Model is the natural next-level model for accountable care under Medicare

In a broad op-ed article published online on June 9 by the American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC), David Pittman and Clif Gaus, Sc.D. of NAACOS, the Washington, D.C.-based National Association of ACOs, which represents most accountable care organizations in U.S. healthcare, took the opportunity to praise the ACO REACH Model, the most recently developed alternative payment model (APM) created under the auspices of the Medicare program, and to explain why that new model signals hope for the future of value-based payment under Medicare.

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