About 71.4% of accountable care organizations (ACOs) involved in the Medicare shared savings program (MSSP) would leave the program if they were required to assume risk. The reasons most often cited for not being ready to assume risk are: the amount of risk is too great, concerns about the unpredictable changes to the ACO model or Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) rules, and the desire for more reliable financial projections. These findings were presented in a press release by the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations (NAACOS) as results from a survey about assuming risk and future . . .
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