In a recent piece on strategies for making the transition to value-based contracting for executives of bed-based provider organizations, Moving Health Care From Beds to Wellness, some interesting commentary was spurred from our readers. Many of the comments were about prevention—or specifically where prevention fits into this new equation. As an example, one reader wrote:
Both hospitals and nursing home need to change the mindset of their caregivers and give a larger place prevention. Educating and practicing physical exercise, cognitive exercise, …
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