Ohio initiative reduces hospitalizations, saves $20 million

01/31/2013 | Healthcare Finance News

The Better Health quality improvement program in northeastern Ohio reduced hospitalizations for cardiovascular conditions by 10.7% in 2011, with three-year program savings totaling more than $20 million. The program uses primary care physicians to improve the quality of care for multiple chronic conditions.

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