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An Analysis of the Literature on Disease Management Programs (PDF)
U.S. Congressional Budget Office [CBO] Link to more items from this source
Oct. 14, 2004
Excerpt: According to CBO's analysis, there is insufficient evidence to conclude that disease management programs can generally reduce overall health spending. It is important to note that such programs could be worthwhile even if they did not reduce costs, but CBO's analysis focused on the question of whether those programs could pay for themselves.

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