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Revere Health reduced Medicare spending by $30 million in three years

By The Daily Herald  
   September 21, 2018

It wasn’t just one change that led to Revere Health reducing Medicare spending by more than $30 million and reducing the cost of care by 20 percent over three years. “That’s thousands of things that have had to change in our system, from how you handle phone calls, to how you communicate with patients, to how you manage health care data,” said Scott Barlow, the CEO of Revere Health.

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