Patient-centered homes will change managed care for doctors
If you haven't heard much about "patient-centered homes," you will soon. Part of the move toward accountable care organizations, the concept is gaining support as a way to improve care for patients and to relieve some of the burden on the healthcare system, while also saving money for payers, primarily Medicare and Medicaid.
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