A $20.75 million federal grant will fund a three-year project to expand patient-centered medical homes in 16 communities to patient-centered medical “neighborhoods.”

Three sponsoring organizations will provide technologies and services to primary care, specialty and sub-subspecialty physician practices, as well as acute care hospitals. The grant comes from the CMS Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation under the $1 billion Health Care Innovation Awards program authorized in the Affordable Care Act.

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