In a Health Affairs blog post, John A. Hartford Foundation-supported Health and Aging Policy Fellows, Julia Driessen and Turner West, explain how end-of-life care is ripe for transformation by accountable care organizations (ACOs).

The article, "Variation In End-Of-Life Care Is An Open Invitation For Accountable Care Organization Innovation," discusses that the realm of end-of-life care remains a largely unventured but promising area for ACO innovation. The authors detail strategic approaches, and explain why the conditions are now right for a more thoughtful integration of palliative and hospice services into the ACO care continuum.

To read the Health Affairs blog, click here.
To find out about the Health and Aging Policy Fellowship, click here.