Non-Emergent Emergency Department Use among Adults with Disabilities
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Subjectsrelationship between disabilities and emergency department use
frequent emergency department use
non-emergent emergency department use
emergency department use that could have been treated by primary care
preventable/avoidable emergency department use
Hilltop staff made several presentations at the 2014 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) held June 8 through June 10 in San Diego. Director of Medicaid Policy Studies David A. Idala, MA, delivered this presentation in a session titled What Can We Learn from Patients with High Costs and High Utilization?
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