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Association of Organizational Factors and Physician Practices’ Participation in Alternative Payment Models

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  • Mariétou H. Ouayogodé
  • Taressa Fraze
  • Eugene C. Rich
  • Carrie H. Colla

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Consolidation among physician practices and between hospitals and physician practices has accelerated in the past decade, resulting in higher prices in commercial markets.

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  • Mariétou H. Ouayogodé & Taressa Fraze & Eugene C. Rich & Carrie H. Colla, "undated". "Association of Organizational Factors and Physician Practices’ Participation in Alternative Payment Models," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 6a3b0d6957274771bfb061e62, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:6a3b0d6957274771bfb061e6279989f6
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    1. Whaley, Christopher & Frech, HE & Scheffler, Richard M, 2015. "Accountable Care Organizations in California: Market Forces at Work?," University of California at Santa Barbara, Recent Works in Economics qt63n5h1xm, Department of Economics, UC Santa Barbara.
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