Reform could lead to better compliance and care

04/11/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

The health reform law's emphasis on electronic records may increase patient compliance with medication regimens, saving thousands of lives and billions of dollars in unneeded hospitalizations each year, experts said. They wrote in the New England Journal of Medicine that the law's support for medical home and accountable care practice models could result in more coordinated care and better outcomes.

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