Michigan Pioneer ACO Partners with Care Team Connect to Coordinate Care for 13,000 Patients

June 2012
Biomedical Market Newsletter;6/25/2012, Vol. 21, p1
The article reports that Michigan-based Detroit Medical Center's organization, Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Model has selected Care Team Connect's web-based platform in order to coordinate patient's care. It further informs that this platform connect hospitals, communities, and patients in partnership which further help in improving patient outcomes and reducing cost of care. Ben Albert, founder, Care Team states that this partnership will help in bringing advancements to its programs.


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