Keyword: Farzad Mostashari
New data released by CMS shows Track 1 ACOs cut Medicare costs by $291 million.
CMS' most recent proposed rule, which would limit the duration of one-sided risk ACOs, has won praise from some people.
Farzad Mostashari says the rule presents "a good framework" overall. However, it drew criticism from another major player.
A new report says that advanced primary care—and in particular the patient-centered medical home—contribute to an ACO’s success.
Farzad Mostashari said the key to bending the healthcare cost curve is to "align policy so that individual profit-seeking furthers societal goals."
More than two dozen organizations have put patient records on the iPhone as part of an effort that is expected to expand.
If HHS wants to improve accountable care organizations it should look to Medicare Advantage for inspiration.
About 35 people attended Tuesday's White House meeting on interoperability, but some left concerned the administration is "searching for quick wins."
Eight EHR vendors say it’s "inconceivable" a company would prohibit data sharing, highlighting a deep divide over how to define information blocking.
Experts agree interoperability is health IT's most pressing challenge, but exactly what role the federal government will play depends on who you ask.