Changing Delivery Models Are Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions in the Home
Home-based medical care models are shaking-up the $260 billion primary care market. Primary care practices are getting hit hard by the loss of revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of the health crisis is forcing organizations to rethink how they operate.
A RAND study found that 81% of people 65+ had multiple chronic conditions (MCC), and with Medicare enrollment expected to grow to nearly 80 million by 2030, the number of people with MCCs can be expected to grow significantly. These patients are expensive.
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