SPOTLIGHT: PA commission studying care for chronic conditions

As health reform efforts proceed, policymakers are realizing that part of taming the system is dealing with the management of costly chronic conditions. To address the problem, a chronic care commission appointed by Pennsylvania's governor is preparing a plan to transform how such care is delivered in the state. Their main focus is to find ways to help patients manage their conditions and avoid expensive emergency care. Article

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