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Health Journalism 2011: What you need to know about accountable care organizations

Accountable care organizations, a key component of federal health reform, may be unsustainable and not financially viable, but some examples show the method has the potential for success.

Regardless, ACOs are a complicated, important topic that health care journalists should take time to explain and investigate, according reporters and health professionals said in a panel titled "What you need to know about accountable care organizations" at Health Journalism 2011.

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