Academy Creates Summary of Final Rule on Medicare Accountable Care Organizations

December 2011
American Family Physician;12/1/2011, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p1199
Academic Journal
This article reports that the American Academy of Family Physicians has created a summary titled "Medicare Shared Savings Program: Accountable Care Organizations Final Rule" which includes information on structure and governance, shared savings methodology, and quality measures.


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