“Targeted Gatekeeper Model” Provides High Return on Investment Through Improved Patient Cost and Quality of Care

March 17, 2017
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“Targeted Gatekeeper Model” Provides High Return on Investment Through Improved Patient Cost and Quality of Care

SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Primary care physicians (PCPs) need to become more active participants in treating medical conditions with significant practice variations. “Currently, PCPs are involved in treating only 40% of the top 10 medical condition episodes of care with the most practice variations. Some of these medical conditions include low back pain, degenerative joint disease, sleep apnea, and headaches,” stated Dr. Douglas G. Cave, President of Cave Consulting Group (“CCGroup”).

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