Massachusetts Hospital Association to Start ACO Training Course

The Massachusetts Hospital Association has announced it will lead a training program to help clinicians in the state prepare for accountable care organizations.

The 10-week program will start in September. Attendees will receive a framework of steps needed and key issues to consider to move organizations to accountable care.

"Direct care providers are the key to making accountable care truly transformative," Lynn Nicholas, president and CEO of MHA, said in the news release. "This course will give Massachusetts clinicians the expert training they need to make this work. By the end of the program, clinical staff member across the continuum of care will have the skills they need to assist their organizations to succeed in this new healthcare delivery system."

Geneia, a national healthcare innovations company, is co-providing the program's curriculum with the Villanova University College of Nursing.

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