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ACOs Appear Unable to Incentivize Physicians to Limit Costs

August 1, 2015 

Practices in affordable care organizations (ACOs) provide a slightly higher compensation for quality when compared with practices at large, suggesting that the incentives for ACOs may not be strong enough to encourage practices to change physician compensation policies.

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