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ACOs now serve 14% of Americans

By Claire Thayer, April 22, 2013

ACOs now serve 14% of Americans according to new research by Oliver Wyman, an increase of 40 percent since August 2012.  This research study finds that the total number of patients in organizations with ACO arrangements with at least one payer—both Medicare and non-Medicare—is now between 37 and 43 million, up from 25 to 31 million—or roughly 14 percent of the population.  If you're in need of Accountable Care decision support analytics, Verisk Health has a white paper that you might find interesting – download directly from this link:

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