AMGA welcomes inclusion of Accountable Care Organizations in reform legislationThe American Medical Group Association announced significant accomplishments in its advocacy work, for the high quality of the high quality, cost-effective, coordinated care that they bring to their communities with the inclusion of language on Accountable Care Organizations in the recently passed health care reform legislation. AMGA is a leader in reform efforts. Creating community-based entities accountable for comprehensive healthcare that promote so-called ACOs, to promote accountability and build on the practice patterns of high performance organizations It describes congressional leaders on the appropriate language to ACOs and sat aggressively for its inclusion..
As part of its continuing efforts, the association also announced a series of meetings in 2010 to educate brings together the leaders of the health care systems of medical group leader in the development, operation and maintenance of powerful ACOs. High-performance on physician – led, patient – centered ACOs concentrate and go beyond the theoretical by bringing together actual case studies of the medical leaders firsthand experience in providing accountable fact presented their patients. AMGA innovators have meetings of membership and will present their case studies in the fall at AMGA Institute for Quality Leadership, subtitled the highlight ‘AMGA National Summit on ACOs. ‘Topics addressed will include the implementation of care coordination best practices, aligning governance, structure and incentives and the introduction of performance improvement, measurement and monitoring systems, a powerful care organization that could be deemed ACO.Following FDA warning clopidogrel was the hot topic of between cardiology professionals. Several American Cardiology initially as a FDA quick labeling decisive campaign. Different complained them without a clear direction remain left manage their patients.