Reduce Health Costs by Nurturing the Sickest? A Much-Touted Idea Disappoints
"Researchers tested whether pairing frequently hospitalized patients in Camden, New Jersey, with nurses and social workers could stop that costly cycle of readmissions. The study found no effect: Patients receiving extra support were just as likely to return to the hospital within 180 days as those not receiving that help."
Kaiser Health News
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