Six states will split $250 million in funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to test multi-payer accountable care organizations and other new payment and service delivery models.

The states--Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon and Vermont--are the furthest along in participating in the reform law-authorized State Innovation Model awards program. Another 19 states will receive smaller awards totaling about $50 million to complete development of health care transformation programs.

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