Accountable Care Organizations: Findings from the Survey of Care Systems and Payment

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are a relatively new organizational structure for which little data exist about their organizational structures and operation. To help fill this information gap, the AHA conducted a survey. 309 ACOs responded to this survey in 2013 which covered such topics as structure and governance, contracts and risk models, key challenges, performance management and information exchange.

14aug-acocharts.pdf

Related Resources

Letter
Public
Letter to the CMS expresses concern with the application deadline of February 19, 2019 for Accountable Care Organizations applying to participate in the…
Infographics
Public
Hospitals and health systems invest significant time and resources into the provision of accountable care – and it shows. 
Infographics
Public
Hospitals and health systems invest significant time and resources into the provision of accountable care – and it shows. 
Letter
Public
AHA, other health organizations express concerns with the application deadline of February 19, 2019 for Accountable Care Organizations applying to participate…
Advisory
Member
On Dec. 21, the Centers for Medicare…
Advocacy Webinar Recording
Member
On January 11, the AHA held a webinar for members on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' December.