Care Coordination and Population Management Services Are More Prevalent in Large Practices and Patient-centered Medical Homes

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Abstract

Despite efforts to better coordinate health care and improve population health, primary care practices may face difficulty dedicating an individual to provide these services. Using data from the American Board of Family Medicine, we found that the presence of care coordinators or population health managers was higher in larger practices and those with patient-centered medical home certification.

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