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More and more states are using legislative and regulatory authority to measure and report on primary care spend and, in some cases, to set targets for increasing investment in primary care. See what states have efforts underway or pending. And below, check out maps with state-level spending by state.
Research conducted by the RAND Corporation and published in JAMA Internal Medicine, with support from the Milbank Memorial Fund, analyzed for the first time national and state estimates of primary care spending for the Medicare population. See the estimates by state.
Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative Primary Care Investment Visit PCPCC for update on state legislative activity on primary care investment and other resources for leaders seeking to increase investments in primary care to lower health care costs and improve quality.
3rd Annual New England Meeting on Regional Opportunities for State Government in Health Care Oversight and Regulation Improving Primary Care: Building Blocks for Success and Opportunities for State Collaboration Presentation by the NESCSO Primary Care Workgroup October 2018
Health Affairs Blog Disinvesting in Primary Care? by Christopher Koller and Margaret O’Kane March 2018
New England Journal of Medicine Primary Care Spending Rate—A Lever for Encouraging Investment in Primary Care by Christopher Koller and Dhruv Khuller November 2017
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