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In an accountable care organization (ACO), a network of providers shares the financial risk and responsibility for healthcare management and service delivery for a large group of patients. The entities within an accountable care organization must work together to coordinate better patient care and avoid unnecessary tests and procedures as they work to improve population health and lower costs.

But successfully taking on financial risk for healthcare quality within an ACO requires careful consideration, planning and guidance. 

Our latest white paper reviews the seven steps that are crucial to ACO success and how your healthcare organization can start making better financial decisions today.

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“With McKesson, we know we’re partnering with a professional company that is allowing us to quickly realize and understand our operational strategy. They’ve been very supportive of our model, which has to be very adaptable and progressive in order to be successful.” - Dr. Michael Hunt, CMIO/CMO of St. Vincent's Health Partners