Risk Adjustment in the Medical Home

Published Online: Tuesday, March 22, 2011
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Jeff Schiff, MD, MBA, medical director of Minnesota Health Care Programs for the Minnesota Department of Human Services, discusses how social and demographic factors such as chaos in the home or functional status can complicate care coordination for patients as much as clinical factors.

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