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Can Accountable-Care Organizations Improve Health Care While Reducing Costs?

By Anna Wilde Mathews, The Wall Street Journal

It’s often said that the main method of paying health-care providers—with a fee for each service—results in increased and wasteful spending. Such a system, its critics say, rewards providers just for doing more procedures, rather than for providing efficient and high-quality care.

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