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The ACA: Quality Improvement vs Quantity Improvement

By ABRAAR KARAN, MD One of the main goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), perhaps second only to improving access, was to improve the quality of care in our health system. Now several years out, we are at a point where we can ask some difficult questions as they relate to value and equity.
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