Hospital programs help asthma patients, hurt bottom line

04/14/2010 | ABC News

Hospitals that run intervention programs to help patients manage their asthma improve patient health and reduce emergency department use, but also hurt their own bottom line. Intervention programs often aren't paid for by insurers, and experts say one solution may be to switch from fee-for-service to bundled payments.

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