Accountable Care Organisations in the USA and England (King’s Fund / BBC News)

Summary

This King’s Fund report investigates Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs) in the United States and England. The relevance of ACOs for integrated care initiatives in England are assessed.

“In the United States, accountable care organisations ACOs – a group of providers that take responsibility for providing all the care for a given population for a specified period of time – have been developed to provide a more integrated approach to care”.

Read more: Accountable care organisations in the United States and England. The Kings Fund.

Reference

Accountable care organisations in the United States and England: testing, evaluating and learning what works. London: King’s Fund, March 27th 2014.

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Reference

Shortell, S. Addicott, R. Walsh, N. [and] Ham, C. (2014). Accountable care organisations in the United States and England: testing, evaluating and learning what works. London: King’s Fund, March 2014.

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Reference

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