SPOTLIGHT: ACOs shouldn't cover more than 20 percent of providers

An accountable care organization should cover no more than 20 percent of providers in its market, according to a new AHIP white paper. AHIP is concerned that ACOs could end up having too much market power over payers, leading to higher prices rather than improved efficiencies. Article

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