Facilitating the Formation of Accountable Care Organizations in Rural Areas
Presents characteristics contributing to the formation of
four accountable care organizations (ACOs) that serve rural
Medicare beneficiaries and discusses implications for policies that facilitate rural ACO formation. Three of the ACOs in this study operate in both rural and metropolitan areas, and one operates exclusively in a rural area.
Jure Baloh, Xi Zhu, Tom Vaughn, et al.
RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis
Accountable Care Organizations · Medicare · Policy