Md. health system cuts generates savings and better outcomes

08/28/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Western Maryland Health Systems reduced hospital admissions and readmissions and cut operating costs by opening wound care, diabetes and behavioral health clinics as well as primary care practices and new follow-up services in the community it serves. Patient satisfaction is up, and the profit margin is well above average.

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