The Hot Spotters by Atul Gawande. Posted on May 24, by Jesus Click here to read the rest of the New Yorker article. This entry was posted in News. New Yorker. Jan The hot spotters: can we lower medical costs by giving the neediest patients better care? Gawande A. PMID: ; [Indexed . In the January 24, , New Yorker, physician-author Atul Gawande, M.D., featured Brenner in an article titled, “The Hot Spotters.”.

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SlateApr 20, The New YorkerNov 21, The New YorkerJul 7, The New YorkerApr 4, The New YorkerDec 6, Nearly everyone involved anticipated success, and indeed enrolled patients experienced substantial improvements in health and reductions in hospitalization rates.

Without rigorous research to determine the exact impact of such programs, practitioners and patients alike cannot assume that complex care management is the primary reason for any improvement of such high-use patients, says Steven Asch, MD, professor of medicine nwe Stanford University and an expert in the field.


Zpotters New YorkerApr 5, The New YorkerJan 8, The New YorkerOct 3, These kinds of cost savings are revolutionary.

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The coordinators also focused their efforts on hospital-to-home care transitions and medication management. The New YorkerAug 6, SlateMar 19, Sign up for our newsletter.

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SlateDec 24, The New YorkerJun 30, The New YorkerJun 4, With our background practicing naturopathy, much of what Gawande describes seems so obvious, kind of preaching to the choir. Recent efforts by the Camden Coalition and other similar-minded innovators have inspired a much-needed renewed focus on the most complex patients in our healthcare system.

The New YorkerOct 7, Joel Greenberg has been a science journalist for four decades. SlateOct 25, Commencement AddressJun 11, SlateJun 15, The New YorkerJul 29, The New YorkerJun 28, Brenner’s program, the Camden Coalitionis widely considered the prototype for the country’s growing number of programs for high-need and high-cost populations.


The Sptoters York TimesMay 17, After some discussion, the police let him enter the crime scene and attend to the victim. The New YorkerJan 28, The New YorkerJan 23, SlateFeb 25, And he does it so well….

Fri, Jun 21st, New clinical and policy guidelines launched to guide We don’t understand what drives some patients to over-utilize healthcare services and others spotteers under-utilize care. If Camden, New Jersey, becomes the first American community to lower its medical costs, it will have a murder to thank.