FTC, DoJ battling over ACO jurisdiction

A "turf battle" is brewing between the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission over which agency will have purview of accountable care organizations, the Wall Street Journal reports. A group of Democratic senators wrote both agencies in February to undertake a shared effort of enforcement. The federal government released draft rules on ACO formation last week, and it is expected they will go into effect later this year. Article

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