Survey: Care continuity is vital to addressing costs

07/29/2013 |

According to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 75% of doctors surveyed support improved care continuity as a way of curbing medical costs, while 70% expressed support for efforts to address fraud. Sixty-nine percent supported coordination in chronic disease care, while 35% said greater electronic health record use would contribute to savings, researchers wrote.

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