Kim Mansch, Partnership Health, A low or no-income health clinic in Missoula

POSTED: 12:17 PM Nov 13 2013
Kim Mansch

“…has potential to be beneficial for a lot of people in a number of ways.”

"It's going to be a very positive impact.  Specifically, for the first time for many people, they are actually going to be able to come to the doctor.  So, really, their care, which has been nonexistent, is going to go into a patient centered medical home.  So, they're going to be able to work with their care teams to improve the outcomes of their healthcare and to actually learn how they can become healthier.  So, that is going to directly translate into improved quality for them.