Cross-Continuum Tool Is Associated with Reduced Utilization and Cost for Frequent High-Need Users.
West J Emerg Med
Cost-Benefit Analysis; Delivery of Health Care; Efficiency, Organizational; Emergency Service, Hospital; Female; Health Care Costs; Hospitalization; Humans; Male; Patient Acceptance of Health Care; Patient Care Planning; Quality Assurance, Health Care; Quality Improvement; Referral and Consultation; United States
Hardin, L., Kilian, A., Muller, L., Callison, K., & Olgren, M. (2017). Cross-Continuum Tool Is Associated with Reduced Utilization and Cost for Frequent High-Need Users.. West J Emerg Med, 18 (2). http://dx.doi.org/10.5811/westjem.2016.11.31916