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HHC ACO Inc., an Accountable Care Organization

Mission and Goals

Name and Location
  • HHC ACO Inc.
  • 125 Worth St., Rm. 401
  • New York, NY 10013
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Mission and Goals

HHC ACO Inc. (the HHC ACO) was formed by HHC as a subsidiary New York not-for-profit corporation on June 8, 2012, to further the goals of the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) by reducing fragmentation of healthcare delivery, improving care outcomes of Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries and lowering overall growth in healthcare expenditures.

The HHC ACO is specifically designed to deliver seamless, coordinated, high quality care to Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries through an organized group of HHC affiliated physicians, 11 hospitals and other healthcare providers who have agreed to work together to treat a defined population of patients across care settings – including primary and specialty care, hospitalizations and long-term care – and become accountable for the quality, cost and overall care delivered. The HHC ACO focuses on Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries linked to participating primary care providers.

For more information about the Medicare Shared Savings Program, please refer to the CMS Medicare Shared Savings Program website.

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