2014 Version of Popular ACO Directory Now Available

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2014 Version of Popular ACO Directory Now Available

<0> MCOLPatty Jamison, 209-577-4888Director of Operations </0>

MCOL’s HealthQuest Publishers announces the release of the 2014 edition of their popular Accountable Care Directory, available in electronic format for $178 or as a 670+ page softcover book for $219. A database is also available for those purchasing the Directory. For additional details and online ordering, please visit: or call 1.209.577.4888.

The 2014 Directory incorporates the new 2014 MSSP ACOs, new commercial ACOs, and extensive updates to prior listings. The 2014 version includes the following updates to the previous 2013 version 2 Directory:

The Directory includes three components, plus an optional database:

1. ACO Organizational Directory with contact and summary information provided for 465 organizations, including all Medicare ACOs, along with a listing of 1,677 key individuals with leadership or operational involvement, with direct phone and email contact information when available.

2. Executive Profiles providing contact and biographical information for 182 executives and thought leaders involved with Accountable Care

3. Indexes for convenient navigation and reference organized five different ways

4. Directory customers may also purchase a database with the ACO organization and staff contact information in spreadsheet format.

Order may be placed online at , by calling 209.577.4888 or by mailing or faxing the Directory order form.

MCOL is a leading publisher of health care business information, offering online memberships, newsletters, webinars, e-learning, directories, databases, web content, and much more to professionals since 1995. MCOL is a privately held corporation based in Modesto, California, with additional offices in other states. For more information, please visit .

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