Disease Management Programs Don’t Work
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Cost reductions must come from elsewhere.
from NCPA,

A major aim of health reform across several states has been to focus on the prevention and management of chronic diseases. In theory, this would lower overall health spending if fewer people developed chronic conditions that force them to take costly medication or undergo costly procedures, says Jason Shafrin, a Ph.D. economist and research associate at Acumen, LLC.

However, a new study sheds light on these diseases management programs and finds that they don’t work.

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