Economics of a Health System’s Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine for Its Employees
A direct-to-consumer telemedicine service resulted in lower per-episode unit costs for care within 7 days and only marginally increased the use of services overall.
Economic Outcomes of Insurer-Led Care Management for High-Cost Medicaid Patients
This study evaluated economic outcomes of an insurer-led care management program for high-cost Medicaid patients using teams of community health care workers and nurses.
Access to Primary and Dental Care Among Adults Newly Enrolled in Medicaid
Nearby provider supply did not affect identification of usual sources of primary or dental care among new Medicaid enrollees. Strategies to improve access are needed.
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