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Study: Coordinated Care Organizations Lead to More Timely Prenatal Care

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – Pregnant women on Medicaid are more likely to receive timely prenatal care following Oregon’s implementation of coordinated care organizations, or CCOs, which are regional networks of health care providers who work together to treat patients, a new study has shown.


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