There's No (Treatment) Place Like Home.

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Summary of "There's No (Treatment) Place Like Home."

David Levine, MD, of Boston's Brigham and Women's hospital, is spearheading a program in which hospital level care is delivered to patients' homes. It's a research project for now. Eligible candidates who decide to participate are randomly assigned either to an inpatient-care control group or to Levine's "Home Hospital."


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Name: Managed care (Langhorne, Pa.)
ISSN: 1062-3388
Pages: 28-29


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