Study finds Maryland’s all-payer program contained costs, but didn’t change care delivery

(By Emily Rappleye for Becker’s Hospital Review)

After two years under an all-payer model, Maryland hospitals have reduced healthcare spending, but have not reduced unnecessary hospital utilization or moved more patients into a primary care setting, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine and featured by The Baltimore Sun. Continue reading article here…

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