Monday, July 15, 2013

Integrated care benefits weak

The integrated care model has been touted as being able to deliver better care for patients and lower costs and improve efficiencies for the healthcare system. A recent study of the model in the United Kingdom by RAND Europe suggests that it does indeed provide benefits, but those benefits are most likely perceived by healthcare professionals rather than by their patients, and cost savings were minimal.

(Read my complete article at Healthcare Finance News)

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