Medical home is key to health-care reform

Robillard, Jean
October 2009
Corridor Business Journal;10/5/2009, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p15
The article presents the author's view on the significance of medical home in the proposed health care reform in Iowa. It considers the concept of the patient-centered medical home to be a major issue that should be considered in the medical reform. In addition, it tackles the initiated efforts on the concept of medical home, as well as the approval of House file 2539 on the accessibility of medical home. Furthermore, the benefits of medical home in providing medical care to patients are cited.


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