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'Medical home' idea deemed a success | poughkeepsiejournal.com | Poughkeepsie Journal

From the Poughkeepsie Journal online March 9, 2011:

The "medical home" idea is advancing rapidly in the Hudson Valley.

Its developers say it's a lot like the old-fashioned family doctor, but with some technical twists.

The movement has taken a big step in the past year. Six major health insurance plans have paid a combined $1.5 million in extra reimbursements to doctors in 11 practices who achieved the medical-home goal.

Read the rest of the article at the Journal's website.

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