Pediatric medical homes improve level of care

07/31/2009 | New Hampshire Business Review

Pediatric medical homes significantly improve the level and coordination of care, according to results of a three-year survey of 10 practices in New Hampshire and Vermont. Parents participating in the survey said their children had fewer hospitalizations and school absences. Parents also were more likely to have a written health care plan when their child had a medical home to coordinate care.

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