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Healthcare coordination and medical expenditures for Sickle Cell Disease patients with different levels of health utilization risk
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) has a complex array of symptoms and is associated with high healthcare expenditures. A comprehensive care program may help to reduce expenditures of children with SCD. This research describes SCD comprehensive care program enrollees' expenditure patterns by level of hospitalization risk over a three-year period and estimates whether coordination of care services reduced costs for those with different risk levels. Medicaid claims data were collected for program patientsdoi:10.22541/au.165632958.83384232/v1 fatcat:bcqracbv2zeu3a6ssamp35rsbm