A lot of people are talking about accountable care as a cost-control experiment. That assertion misses the triple aim of accountable care: cost, quality, and satisfaction. Further, satisfaction must include both the provider and recipient of health care services. Focusing on just patient satisfaction is a fool’s errand if we don’t improve the job satisfaction (…)
Category: Thought Leadership
The Accountable Primary Care Model: New Hope for Medicare and Primary Care
Quickly out of the gate for 2013, Health Affairs featured the theme of Transforming the Delivery of Health Care in its January edition, Arnold Milstein MD’s Code Red & Blue – Safely Limiting Health Care’s GDP Footprint headlined the New England Journal of Medicine, and CMS announced a new wave of 106 additional ACOs to their program.