30 largest ACOs by number of facilities

Physician Organization of Michigan in Ann Arbor ranked No. 1 in the nation's 30 largest ACOs by number of facilities, according to a report published by IQVIA.

The report uses data from OneKey, a database from IQVIA that includes more than 1,000 federal, commercial and Medicaid ACOs, representing roughly 28 million beneficiaries. The report ranked these ACOs by the number of total participating healthcare facilities, including hospitals, medical groups, nursing homes and other facilities.

Here are the 30 largest ACOs, ranked by total number of facilities.

1. Physician Organization of Michigan (Ann Arbor) — 303 total facilities

2. Advocate Physician Partners Accountable Care (Rolling Meadows, Ill.) — 264

3. Healthcare Provider ACO (Garden City, N.Y.) — 199

4. Catholic Medical Partners-Accountable Care IPA (Buffalo, N.Y.) — 191

5. HCP ACO California (Chatsworth) — 169

6. Asian American Accountable Care Organization (New York City) — 168

7. Physicians Accountable Care Solutions (Suffield, Conn.) — 162

8. Caribbean Accountable Care (San Juan, Puerto Rico) — 139

9. ApolloMed Accountable Care Organization (Glendale, Calif.) — 141

10. Accountable Care Organization of Puerto Rico (San Juan) — 139

11. Delaware Valley ACO (Radnor, Pa.) — 134

12. AppleCare Medical Group ACO (Buena Park, Calif.) — 127

13. Chinese Community Accountable Care Organization (New York City) — 125

14. BayCare Physician Partners ACO (Clearwater, Fla.) — 124

14. Georgia Physicians for Accountable Care (Macon) — 124

16. Accountable Care Coalition of Southeast Wisconsin (Milwaukee) — 119

17. Alexian Brothers Accountable Care Organization (Arlington Heights, Ill.) — 118

18. Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization (West Palm Beach, Fla.) — 110

19. Doctors Accountable Care Organization (Athens, Ga.) — 102

19. St. Louis Physician Alliance ACO — 102

21. Privia Quality Network (Arlington, Va.) — 98

22. Southeast Michigan Accountable Care (Dearborn) — 96

22. UT Southwestern Accountable Care Network (Dallas) — 96

24. WellStar Health Network (Marietta, Ga.) — 95

25. Independent Physicians ACO of Chicago — 90

26. Accountable Care Coalition of Dekalb (Decatur, Ga.) — 89

26. MaineHealth Accountable Care Organization (Portland) — 89

26. Memorial Hermann Accountable Care Organization (Houston) — 89

26. Prime Healthcare ACO (Ontario, Calif.) — 89

30. Scripps Accountable Care Organization (San Diego) — 87

Access the full IQVIA report here.

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