Savings Improve Faster Than Care Quality in New Medical Home Pilot

Meir Rinde
Published: Thursday, Oct 12, 2017
 John Sprandio, MD
John Sprandio, MD
Five years ago, Capital BlueCross, a health insurer in Pennsylvania, asked community oncology practices in its network what kind of reimbursement model they would like to try as they worked to stay financially viable and independent. After rejecting the idea of a clinical pathways program, the practices expressed interest in specialty medical homes, particularly the patient-centered model pioneered by John Sprandio, MD, in the Philadelphia area.
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