In the early stages of healthcare organizations migrating toward accountable and risk-based care, some are succeeding while others are not.
Success or failure with ACOs is dependent on several legacy experiences within an organization, such as whether the executive team has experience at managing risk, have the appropriate technologies, and have positioned the physician community to manage the change, says Jonathan Niloff, M.D, CMO at software vendor McKesson Corp.
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