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2014 Runner Up: A No-Cost Innovation to Increase Access to Health Care
Learn how a legislative change could increase the number of independent practices across America, giving more citizens affordable and accessible health care.
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Coordinated Care Management for Medicare and Medicaid Beneficiaries
Medicare and Medicaid have been a foundation of helping the nation’s most vulnerable and truly needy citizens. More than 63 million Americans are enrolled and combined state and federal spending in 2010 was nearly $400 billion. This post discusses possibilities for a new integrated Medicare and Medicaid program to save money and lower tax dollars