"This landmark research provides detailed information about the transition to risk-based payment models," said Croshaw. "Looking at past ACO activity, as well as the abundant private sector activity underway now, it is apparent that ACOs are responding to an economic rather than a pure political imperative. Regardless of the political landscape, the health care industry is adapting to fiscal realities that appear to be here to stay."
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