Multiple Chronic Conditions: Prevalence, Health Consequences, and Implications for Quality, Care Management, and Costs

@article{Vogeli2007MultipleCC,
  title={Multiple Chronic Conditions: Prevalence, Health Consequences, and Implications for Quality, Care Management, and Costs},
  author={C. Vogeli and A. Shields and Todd A. Lee and T. Gibson and W. Marder and K. Weiss and D. Blumenthal},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={391 - 395}
}
Persons with multiple chronic conditions are a large and growing segment of the US population. However, little is known about how chronic conditions cluster, and the ramifications of having specific combinations of chronic conditions. Clinical guidelines and disease management programs focus on single conditions, and clinical research often excludes persons with multiple chronic conditions. Understanding how conditions in combination impact the burden of disease and the costs and quality of… Expand
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