A report from the Patient Centered Primary Care Colloborative discusses primary care spending by state.
Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association looks at the effects of switching to a capitated reimbursement method for primary care physicians.
A study finds that a small percent of total Medicare spending is for primary care, but it is not clear if that is good or bad.
Research published in Health Affairs shows very minor benefits from Medicare’s Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative.
A new paper at the National Bureau of Economic Research assesses whether primary care can impact downstream utilization.
Research from England finds that continuity of primary care leads to fewer avoidable hospital admissions.
A grand list of researchers evaluate the first two years of Medicare’s comprehensive primary care initiative.
An evaluation of the concierge style primary care delivered by MDVIP finds the possibility of spending reductions.
A report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers Health Research Institute recommends a “makeover” for primary care.
A report from the UnitedHealth Center for Health Reform & Modernization focuses on new primary care models.