Do You Know Your ACOs?

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 ACO Alerts: 4 Tips to Prepare You for ACOs

True or False?

  • You have been told to sign up for your local hospital's ACO or stand to lose your referrals. This action will now preclude you from joining other ACOs.  false
  • A patient whose primary-care physician is in an ACO will be referred only to specialists and hospitals within the ACO network when necessary, rather than retaining the right to choose their own.  false


  

Robert Provenzano, MD, Vice President, Medical Affairs, DaVita


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