AbstractNew Hampshire's ED high utilizer surveillance pilot is a novel approach to target patients with high healthcare utilization, and monitor their treatment improvement with the added benefit of reducing medical health costs over time. Although in its infancy, it has great potential for public health informatics and clinical partner collaboration for state-wide healthcare improvement. Not only is this approach manageable but scalable with respect to available resources.
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