The American Journal of Accountable Care | June 2017

The American Journal of Accountable Care

This qualitative study draws on interviews with clinical staff to examine health workforce use within accountable care organizations and identifies common roles that support value-based care.
Increasing accountable care organization savings is dependent on maximizing quality scores and increasing the number of beneficiaries while maintaining a low per-capita spend through efficiencies of care.
This paper aims to bring clarity to the conceptual confusion between community and population health, which currently impacts progress in both research and clinical practice.
Telemedicine technology promises to improve patient outcomes and increase physician efficiency. Adoption depends on physicians’ ability to safely care for patients while being reimbursed.
Coverage from the 2017 Spring Live Meeting of the ACO & Emerging Healthcare Delivery Coalition® on May 4-5, 2017, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
An understanding of risk-adjusted outcomes for percutaneous coronary interventions for both inpatient and 90-day postdischarge events is necessary for the redesign of care outcomes.
An analysis of the differences in Medicare beneficiary characteristics and liabilities for beneficiaries receiving 1 of 130 complex diagnostic laboratory tests in 2011.

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