06
AUG
2015

University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration: New Studies Assess Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) after the Passage of the Affordable Care Act

Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 1.03.44 PMThe University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration issued an announcement on the release of the “Assessing Accountable Care Organizations: Cost, Quality, and Market Power” special issue of the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (volume 40, issue 4). The special issue is “an in-depth look at accountable care organizations (ACOs): networks of hospitals, physicians, or other health care providers that share financial and medical responsibility for the coordinated care of a patient.” The special issue was co-edited by Colleen M. Grogan, editor of JHPPL, Professor; Co-Chair, Center for Health Administration Studies; Faculty Chair, Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy; Editor, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law at the University of Chicago and by Richard M. Scheffler, Director of the Petris Center, with much of the content supported through the Nicholas C. Petris Center, with funding from the California Attorney General’s office.

Read the full press release here.

The full journal article can be accessed here.