Coordinated care should be top priority in healthcare reform
Both presidential candidates have discussed their plans for healthcare reform—according to officials, coordinated care should be a top priority. A survey conducted by the Mayo Clinic Health Policy Center found that about 53% of Americans suffer from a chronic condition that requires long-term care, care that should be coordinated by their primary care doctor. Coordinated care is essential to offering high quality health services at affordable costs.
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