Wednesday, February 17, 2010

NC Recieves Funds To Expand Patient-Centered Medical Homes

North Carolina will surely benefit from the expansion of our Community Care Network's patient-centered medical homes. Individuals served by this program have high medical needs. Assistance is provided in transition from different care settings, in dealing with complex medical and social situations, and by enhancing physicians' practice's ability to manage patients with chronic conditions such as MS. The program also assists families and patients in the self-management of their disease, a vital component to maintaining a high quality of life for people with MS. Both Governor Bev Perdue and Senator Kay Hagan worked as advocates for the initiation and expansion of Community Care Networks. In an recent press release, Governor Perdue explains that our medical home care system can improve the quality of care while still reducing costs, she goes on to add that, "North Carolina's innovative solutions continue to be recognized nationally."
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