SummaryWith something as complex and as political as shared savings models in healthcare, there will always be push-back. But according to Avalere’s Josh Seidman, now is a unique opportunity for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) to finally succeed. Josh explains that the current healthcare infrastructure makes ACOs attainable thanks to recent changes, including increased electronic health record use, more provider comfort with comparative performance reporting, enhanced centrality of patient engagement and new incentives that reward accountability and value.
Josh Seidman advises clients on health delivery and payment innovation with a focus on using information technology to guide value-based care models.
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