CMS: 106 New ACOs Joining Medicare Shared Savings Program

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has announced formation of 106 new accountable care organizations for Medicare beneficiaries, bring the total to more than 250 ACOs nationwide serving up to 4 million patients.

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Comments (2)
If Medicaid rose only 0.4 % why is Connecticut program so deep in red? Is the data cooked? What are other states seeing?
Posted by mackley | Sunday, January 13 2013 at 1:40PM ET
What a good news. One of the options touted for Medicare's pending fiscal doomsday is to change the program to a coupon system, where individuals get vouchers to buy private coverage. However, a study, by the Kaiser Family Foundation, has found that such a system would probably increase, if not double, premiums for many individuals. Use an installment loan to help pay for your health care premium.
Posted by Susan D | Wednesday, June 12 2013 at 5:38AM ET
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