AHA Expresses Support for Extension of the Frontier Community Health Integration Project

The AHA March 5 expressed support for legislation (S. 3399) to extend for five additional years the Frontier Community Health Integration Project (FCHIP) demonstration. Launched in 2016, the FCHIP aims to better integrate and coordinate care, and reduce avoidable hospitalizations, admissions and transfers to distant providers.

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