The Return of the House Call

Independence at Home, a Medicare-supported demonstration project in which a cohort of patients is receiving primary care in their homes, is proving to be successful in substantially lowering overall medical costs for seniors. Laura Landro, an assistant managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, explores this topic in an article posted on The Wall Street Journal, citing benefits that accrue beyond cost savings, such as increase patient engagement and lower readmission rates. Read the article here…

 

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