CMS unveils final financial rules for ACOs

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services last week released revised rules for the formation and participation of accountable care organizations in its shared savings plans. The rules provide more flexibility for those ACO participants wishing to take a greater financial risk, but some executives in the healthcare sector say that the changes are unfair to those ACOs that want to participate in some of the lower-risk options. Read the article at FierceHealthcare

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