Law360, New York (January 12, 2016, 2:41 PM EST) -- The past year witnessed an unprecedented level of coordination among health care providers and payers. Although many of these integration concepts have existed in various forms for some time, the Affordable Care Act has been a catalyst for renewed interest in them. Concepts such as risk-sharing and risk-contracting were developed in the early days of managed care, and the concept of the clinically integrated network dates back at least to the joint Federal Trade Commission/U.S. Department of Justice statements of enforcement policy in health care.
The ACA's emphasis on accountable care organizations (ACOs), however, pushed provider integration to the forefront. While...
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