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Physicians and health systems are increasingly working within new care models which provide incentives for high-value care rather than high-volume care. Accountable Care Organizations--the most common type of new care model--are present in all 50 states and provide care to millions of Americans. How can residents equip themselves to work effectively in these new types of organizations, both during and after training? And how will legislative changes like MACRA or a possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act impact value-based care models and the physicians who practice within them? Join our discussion as we explore how new care models create opportunities for residents and the health system to provide better care at lower cost.
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