Role and Benefits of Anesthesia in Accountable Care Organizations

Updated on March 27, 2023

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are an important component of the recent healthcare reform law and its goal to provide cost-effective, high quality care.  Anesthesia services are an essential part of patient care delivery in both the acute and ambulatory care settings, and therefore should be an accountable entity within the ACO structure. Download this resource material to learn more about the role and benefits of anesthesia in Accountable Care Organizations.

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