Accountable care groups can help improve quality, lower costs

05/20/2010 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

Insurers and hospitals are looking for the best ways to use the new accountable care organizations that will help manage care and reduce costs under health reform. An accountable care network set up in California has pooled data to identify areas of waste and errors in an effort to improve quality and patient satisfaction and to reduce costs.

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