To help you stay abreast of the changes under way in the US healthcare system via the Affordable Care Act, a new journal is poised to launch: The American Journal of Accountable Care (AJAC). This stakeholder-driven publication comes from Intellisphere’s Managed Care & Healthcare Communications, LLC, which publishes The American Journal of Managed Care. Unlike other publications in this sector, AJAC will be driven by and for stakeholders: the providers, payors, professionals, and organizations that are remaking the nation’s healthcare delivery system, as they respond to the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
“We will be out front discussing new ways to deliver care and better ways to pay for it, as the nation moves from a fee-for-service model to one that rewards better care for patients,” says Michael J. Hennessy, chairman and CEO of Intellisphere LLC, in a release. Publishing four times a year, The American Journal of Accountable Care will reach 40,000 healthcare professionals.
Donovan T. Maust, MD, assistant professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan and the Center for Clinical Management Research VA, Ann Arbor Health System, serves as guest editor of the inaugural issue.
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