Maryland’s All-Payer Hospital Model saved Medicare $586 million

According to a new report, Maryland’s All-Payer Hospital Model saved Medicare $586 million in hospital payments and $461 million in total care costs between 2014 and 2016. Launched in 2014, the all-payer model focused on enhancing quality, improving health outcomes and containing Medicare cost growth for impatient and outpatient care. Read article here…

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