TripleTree Publishes New Research on Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

TripleTree Publishes New Research on Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

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Today, released a new research report, , an assessment on risk shift and the broader impact of payer-provider collaboration in healthcare.

For a term that was invented in 2006 to describe a concept formally launched only in 2012, the growth in the actual number of ACOs has been astounding. This report provides context and insight into what is enabling these organizational transitions, what the opportunity for Accountable Care Organizations really is, and which healthcare vendors are building businesses best-positioned to share in this new market.

“As risk shifts in the healthcare industry, we are seeing many different models of accountable care starting to take hold. In order for ACOs and other models to find sustainable success in improving the cost and quality of care, many organizations will need to transform their business models and capabilities,” said Chris Hoffmann, Senior Director and Chief Marketing Officer at TripleTree. “Focusing on the ACO opportunity was the approach our team took to illustrate these trends and the competencies organizations will need to build and enable the ACO.”

The report is available for download at and follows recently published research on .

Founded in 1997, TripleTree provides independent, research-driven merchant banking services for innovators and global leaders in healthcare on mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, raising growth capital and principal investing. To learn more or sign up for our regular healthcare blog visit

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