Healthcare Business Weekly Update, January 6, 2020
January 6, 2020  Vol. XI, No. 30
Free Download: Care Coordination in 2019: Telephonic Interventions Drive Improvements in Clinical Outcomes and Care Quality

The release of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' care coordination toolkit provides further evidence that care coordination is an integral part of the current healthcare delivery landscape. Whether part of the primary care office, emergency department or health plan, care coordinators are having a positive impact on both the clinical and financial outcomes for healthcare organizations. The percentage of healthcare organizations with a care coordination program increased from 86 percent in 2016 to 92 percent in 2019, according to the Care Coordination Survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

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  1. Top Health Industry Issues of 2020: Will Digital Start To Show an ROI?

  2. Five Health Insurance Trends to Watch

  3. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2020: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry

  4. Automated Alerts To Prevent Medication Prescribing Errors Estimated To Have Saved $1.3 Million

  5. AI Model Improves Breast Cancer Detection

  6. Infographic: Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Trends

  7. Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management

  8. New Chart: Post-Acute Care Discharge Trends

  9. The Science of Successful Care Transition Management: Leveraging Home Visits to Improve Readmissions and ROI

  10. Community Resource Specialist Program Addresses Social Needs in Primary Care

  11. Social Health Determinants: Best Practice Metrics

  12. In Montefiore Social Determinants of Health Screening, Patients' Needs Shape SDOH Workflow

  13. Changes in Quality of Care after Hospital Mergers and Acquisitions

  14. Close Proximity to Retail Clinic Reduces Emergency Room Utilization for Low-Severity Conditions

  15. Healthcare Ratings System May Penalize Hospitals Serving Vulnerable Communities

  16. Patient Engagement in 2019: Positive Payoffs from Patients Activated in Their Healthcare

  17. 9 Protocols to Promote Patient Engagement in High-Risk, High-Cost Populations

  18. Older Adults Use Online Physician Ratings, but View Them Cautiously, Poll Shows

  19. Medicaid Expansion Doubled Access to Primary Care and Increased Attention to Health Risks in Low-Income Michiganders

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