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ACO Performance Year Three: What Happened and What Does It Mean?

By DAVID INTROCASO Since Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are CMS’s largest pay for performance model delivering care to over 7.5 million beneficiaries, each August Medicare policy analysts await CMS’s press release summarizing ACO financial and quality performance for the previous year.  This past August 25, CMS announced 2015 results.  Like performance year one (2013) and
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