Patient-centered medical homes seem consistent money savers

The use of patient-centered medical homes consistently play a role in reducing the costs of healthcare delivery, according to a new study from the Patient-Center Primary Care Collaborative. That organization's survey of 28 different publications--including 10 scholarly studies--concluded that savings were achieved 60 percent of the time and that the vast majority also reported improvements in the utilization of healthcare services. >> Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

 

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