New! Rural Innovation Profile of Nebraska ACO

The Rural Health Value team is pleased to release a new Rural Innovation Profile: A Rural Accountable Care Organization’s Journey

For more than a decade, South East Rural Physicians Alliance Accountable Care Organization (SERPA‐ACO), a physician‐led ACO that includes 16 physician-owned clinics in Nebraska has been leveraging health care payment and delivery models to provide high quality, comprehensive, coordinated, and patient‐centered care at a lower cost.

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For more information, contact Clint MacKinney, MD, MS, Co-Principal Investigator, at [email protected]

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