North Carolina medical networks acclaimed
Raleigh News & Observer, October 13, 2008
In North Carolina, a novel approach called Community Care may have found a cure to Medicaid bleeding money. One way Community Care saves money is by keeping up with Medicaid patients who have chronic diseases such as diabetes and asthma. By making sure patients are receiving medicines and other treatment, the program cuts down on costly emergency room visits and unnecessary hospital stays.
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