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Health policy expert to present MEDTalk on pediatric asthma alternative payment
September 18, 2014
Health policy expert to present Brookings MEDTalk on pediatric asthma alternative payment models

UMass Medical School health policy expert Katharine London, MS, will join a roster of health care leaders at the latest Brookings Institution MEDTalk on Sept. 24 to discuss how alternative payment models can support innovative ways of providing care for children with asthma.

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    showcases innovative national, federal, state and local delivery and policy developments vital for assuring that Americans of all ages and abilities receive the highest quality community living supports, care, and services possible. - See more at: http://nasuad.org/hcbs-conference#sthash.MOtzmj4G.dpuf
    showcases innovative national, federal, state and local delivery and policy developments vital for assuring that Americans of all ages and abilities receive the highest quality community living supports, care, and services possible. - See more at: http://nasuad.org/hcbs-conference#sthash.MOtzmj4G.dpuf
    showcases innovative national, federal, state and local delivery and policy developments vital for assuring that Americans of all ages and abilities receive the highest quality community living supports, care, and services possible. - See more at: http://nasuad.org/hcbs-conference#sthash.MOtzmj4G.dpuf

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