MedPageToday,com, Proposed System Reforms Could Save $2 Trillion, 01/11/13:

WASHINGTON — Accelerating use of reforms such as patient-centered medical homes and new Medicare pay policies could slow healthcare spending by $2 trillion over the next decade, the Commonwealth Fund reported Thursday.

The federal government could save more than $1 trillion alone if a specific set of 10 broad reforms to the way healthcare is delivered and rewarded are enacted, according to the study, entitled Stabilizing U.S. Health Spending While Moving Toward a High Performance Health Care System….

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