CASE STUDY

clinic achieves 88% engagement of high-risk population


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Many municipalities are struggling to provide competitive benefit packages to their employees, and declining access to quality care isn’t making it any easier. With an estimated shortage of between 20,000 and 30,000 physicians by 2025, employers everywhere are beginning to look beyond traditional forms of health plan design to increase value and lower overall costs.

One such municipality turned to CareATC, Inc. to implement a shared-site clinic with another nearby entity. In the first two years of operation, the program achieved 88% engagement of high-risk individuals, a 27% reduction in emergency room visit costs, and a savings of $74,787 on prescriptions alone.

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