Health systems and public sector officials who hope to successfully deploy Medicaid accountable care organizations will have to draw lessons from the Medicare ACO programs underway, yet be flexible in creating the new delivery systems, according to staff analysts from the Center for Strategic Health Studies.

In a Commonwealth Fund blog post, CHCS’ Rob Houston and Tricia McGinnis explore key considerations for adapting Medicare’s Pioneer and Shared Savings Program ACO models to serve Medicaid beneficiaries.

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