Companies Expanding Their Services Through Ventures with ACOs

Published Online: August 29, 2012
Whether it is through contracted services, formal and informational discussions, or joint operating committees, post-acute providers are finding different ways to offer their services to the quickly expanding roster of accountable care organizations.

And while the transition toward integrated care—and a new payment model that rewards for it—has everyone re-thinking how they deliver care, many post-acute providers say their work with ACOs is a natural progression for their businesses.

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