Mobile Integrated Healthcare Practice: A Healthcare Delivery Strategy to Improve Access, Outcomes, and Value

January 5, 2018

The U.S. health care system is often described as one that fails to achieve optimal health outcomes while generating exorbitant costs for patients, payors, and society. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) estimates that $750 billion—30% of the U.S. annual healthcare budget—is wasted on unnecessary services, inefficient delivery, excessive administrative costs and prevention failures. [2] Barriers to patient access, fragmentation of acute and chronic care, ineffective management of chronic illness, and complex, outdated reimbursement processes leave patients, clinicians, and payors frustrated at historic levels.

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