ACO Coordinated Care Also Means Coordinated Review Of Drugs’ Value
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
An executive from an accountable care organization in Massachusetts gives an example of how different groups of medical experts within the organization can coordinate to determine which medical products should be preferred based on cost effectiveness.
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