The cost savings that are meant to be one of the eventual benefits of the Affordable Care Act have not yet begun to appear, though improvements in care have begun to materialize, according to one expert.

Speaking at a SourceMedia conference titled 2014 Tax Strategies for Financial Advisors, Michael McLafferty, a partner and a leader in the Health Care Services Group of Top 100 Firm EisnerAmper, noted that many of the new payment approaches that are part of the ACA all have “outstanding goals in terms of improving the quality of patient care, while at the same time reducing costs.”

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