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Going Beyond Clinical Care to Reduce Health Care Spending

Findings From the J-CHiP Community-based Population Health Management Program Evaluation

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doi: 10.1097/MLR.0000000000001026
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In the July issue of Medical Care, the following group made contributions to the article on behalf of the J-CHiP Program: Lindsay Andon, Jenny Bailey, William Baumgartner, Michele Bellantoni, Edward Beranek, Robert Blum, Romsai Tony Boonyasai, Patricia M.C. Brown, Daniel J. Brotman, John Colmers, Amy Deutschendorf, Samuel C. Durso, Stuart Erdman, Anita Everett, Lisa Filbert, Michael Fingerhood, Daniel Ford, Peter Greene, Dalal Haldeman, David Hellmann, Debra Hickman, Eric E. Howell, Sarah Kachur, Steven Kravet, Anne Langley, Diane Lepley, Curtis Leung, Constantine G. Lyketsos, Steven Mandell, Mary Myers, Tracy Novak, David Parker, Michelle Petinga, Lindsay Hebert Proctor, Leon Purnell, Stephanie Reel, Judy Reitz, Melissa Richardson, Paul B. Rothman, Carol Sylvester, Vince Truant, and Hunter Young.

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1. Murphy SME, Hough DE, Sylvia ML, et al. Going beyond clinical care to reduce health care spending: findings from the J-CHiP community-based population health management program evaluation. Med Care. 2018;56:603–609.
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