Features of Health Care Interventions Associated With Reduced Services and Spending
This study identifies several factors shared by locally defined delivery system innovations that have been shown to reduce service use and lower health care spending.
Effects of a Community-Based Care Management Model for Super-Utilizers
A community-based care management program for high-risk patients reduced hospital readmissions and also likely reduced admissions and Medicare parts A and B spending.
Rural Hospital Transitional Care Program Reduces Medicare Spending
A telephonic transitional care program at a rural hospital reduced postdischarge Medicare spending by 31% and reduced inpatient spending for Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries.
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