Study Raises Questions About Camden Program for Patients with Complex Medical, Social Needs

January 14, 2020

Coalition leaders and other experts emphasized that the results should not be considered the last word on this work, which has evolved over the years and grown into a national movement dedicated to improving outcomes for challenging patients and better controlling medical spending.

“It would be premature to judge from one trial examining one outcome whether the Camden Coalition model should continue or how it can be strengthened,” said Rutgers professor Joel Cantor, director of the Center for State Health Policy, who has worked closely with the coalition. “To achieve those goals, much more work remains to be done.”

NJSpotlight.com, January 13, 2020

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