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8 Percent Fewer ER Visits for Patients Treated in Patient-Centered Medical Home

Patient-centered medical Homes (PCMHs) reduce emergency department visits for the chronically ill by nearly 8 percent, according to a study authored by Independence Blue Cross (Independence) and CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services (CTI), and published by Health Services Research. … finish reading 8 Percent Fewer ER Visits for Patients Treated in Patient-Centered Medical Home

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6 Challenges of Medical Home Transformation

Providing team-based care, improving patient access and encouraging self-management support were some of the steps taken in transforming to a medical home, explains Dr. Paul Kaye, medical director at Taconic IPA. The real change is in looking at your practice … finish reading 6 Challenges of Medical Home Transformation

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