Coordinated care model saves money, report says

02/27/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Experts who studied California's health care system found the state could save $110 billion over 10 years if the industry moved from fee-for-service provider payments to delivery models that focus on coordinated patient care. The Berkeley Forum called for a shift to global provider payments tied to quality of care.

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