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High-touch care leads to better outcomes and lower costs in a senior population.

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Summary of "High-touch care leads to better outcomes and lower costs in a senior population."

There are several models of primary care. A form of high-intensity care is a high-touch model that uses a high frequency of encounters to deliver preventive services. The aim of this study is to compare the healthcare utilization of patients receiving 2 models of primary care, ​1 with high-touch care and 1 without.

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Name: The American journal of managed care
ISSN: 1936-2692
Pages: e300-e304

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