Study found no evidence that senior wellness programs decrease healthcare spending

As required by the Affordable Care Act, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid conducted an independent evaluation of wellness programs that target various health conditions experienced by Medicare beneficiaries and found no evidence of cost savings. Actually the report shows utilization and expenditures increased among (chronic-care management) program participants. Read article here…

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