BNA's Health Law Reporter
Volume 19, Issue 10
Medicaid & SCHIP; Medicare; Health Reform; Managed Care
This analysis examines accountable care organizations (ACOs) and assesses their implications for antitrust policy. Consideration of the antitrust implications of ACOs is timely. Both the House and Senate health reform measures contemplate the creation of ACOs as a new class of Medicare provider while providing parallel legal authority under Medicaid.
Burke, T., Rosenbaum, S. (2010). Accountable care organizations: Implications for antitrust policy. BNA's Health Law Reporter, 19(10).