A dozen leading health care organizations in the United States are asking lawmakers to keep momentum moving toward value-based care in the new Congress.

In a letter sent this week, the groups — including the American Medical Association, the National Association of ACOs, Health Care Transformation Task Force and the National Rural Health Association — outline legislative priorities they say will improve adoption of value-based care models. Such models, they add, have been proven to provide better patient care by encouraging physicians and other clinicians to coordinate care across settings and be more accountable to patient outcomes.

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