Report gives Massachusetts doctors kudos for preventative care
Boston Business Journal, April 4, 2008
A report from the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners shows that the the state's primary care physicians continue to outperform many of their national peers in terms of offering preventative care and helping patients manage their chronic conditions. The report suggests, however, that there's plenty of room to both improve outcomes and better manage healthcare spending.
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