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ACCOUNTABLE CARE: Top 10 ACOs according to savings

This article is an analysis by the consulting firm Veralon of 333 accountable care organizations participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP).  Here are some overall findings:

  • 28 percent of ACOs have posted positive bottom-line financial success to date
  • There are a total of 434 ACOs participating in the currently, although data were only available for 333 for this article
  • 201 of the ACOs studied were physician sponsored (60 percent)
  • 132 of the ACOs studied were hospital sponsored (40 percent)

Top 10 ACOs According to Total Shared Savings in 2014 (I rounded the dollar figures)

  1. Memorial Hermann ACO (Houston) $22.7 million
  2. Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization (Palm Springs, FL) $14.5 million
  3. Physician Organization of Michigan ACO (Ann Arbor, MI) $12.1 million
  4. Oakwood Accountable Care Organization (Dearborn, MI) $8.2 million
  5. ProHEALTH Accountable Care Medical Group (Lake Success, NY) $8 million
  6. Millennium Accountable Care Organization (Fort Myers, FL) $8 million
  7. RGV ACO Health Providers (Donna, TX) $7.5 million
  8. Qualuable Medical Professionals (Kingsport, TN) $7.4 million
  9. Delaware Valley ACO (Villanova, PA) $6.6 million
  10. Mercy Health Select (Cincinnati) $6.5 million

Source: Harris, J.M., Elizondo, I, and Brown, A.M. (2016, Mar.). Healthcare Financial Management 70(3), 43-50.  Click here: http://www.veralon.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Orchestrating-ACO-Services-HFM-3-2016.pdf  Posted by AHA Resource Center (312) 422-2050, rc@aha.org

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