Study Finds Savings at Federally Qualified Health Centers
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Posted by: NJPCA
State and federal lawmakers who want to expand primary care access while reducing overall spending might want to look to federally qualified health centers as a model, recent research suggests.
A new study published by the American Journal of Public Health found that patients who received the majority of their care at community health centers saved an average of $2,371 in total spending compared to non-health center patients.
Source: American Academy of Family Physicians