Most physicians are skeptical about ACOs, survey finds

Most doctors responding to a WebMD/Medscape survey expressed doubt about accountable care organizations and some other health care law provisions. Of the 24,000 survey respondents, 52% said they think ACOs will lead to reduced income, while two-thirds said they don't believe the law's reform goals can lessen the need for tests, treatments and procedures.

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