Sponsored by ASCOA | blambert@ascoa.com | 866.982.7262

Survey: 40% of Physicians Averse to ACOs

Share on Facebook
Just 60 percent of physicians are willing to participate in an accountable care arrangement, leaving 40 percent still unwilling to participate, according to a recent survey conducted by LocumTenens.com, a physician staffing firm.

Of the physicians willing to participate in an accountable care model, pay-for-performance beat out bundled payments and shared savings agreements as their preferred accountable care payment model.

The following is a breakdown by specialty of physicians willing to participate in an accountable care arrangement:

•    Anesthesiology: 73 percent
•    Primary care: 61 percent
•    Psychiatry: 60 percent
•    Surgery: 55 percent
•    Radiology: 55 percent
•    Emergency medicine: 44 percent

LocumTenens.com surveyed 1,416 physicians, including those who were locum tenens and permanently staffed, in a wide range of specialties for this survey.

More Articles on Accountable Care:

6 Strategies for Holding Physicians Accountable
Abington Health, Independence Blue Cross Collaborate for Accountable Care
ACOs Have 3 Fatal Flaws, Experts Say

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2014. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

New from Becker's Hospital Review

Inpatient utilization on the way out, survey finds

Read Now