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Abstract

Fragmentation has aptly described the United States' historically decentralized, disjointed, and disintegrated approach to health care.' While fragmentation has endured in multiple dimensions-political, economic, organizational, relational, regulatory, and philosophical, to name a few-the exclusionary characteristic of American health care facilitated by fragmentation has been one of the greatest hurdles to access to needed care.

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