Case Management Monitor, August 21, 2012
August 21, 2012 Volume 2 Issue 4


  1. Nurse-Pharmacist Teams Key to Preventing Medication Errors and Reducing Readmissions

  2. NQF Endorses 12 Care Coordination Measures

  3. Australian Study Asks Doctors: Should You Automatically Notify Patients of Abnormal Test Results?

  4. FDA Approves Ingestible Sensor for Monitoring Medication Compliance

  5. Overcoming Occupational Challenges of Case Management

  6. Patient Engagement in the Patient-Centered Medical Home: a Continuum Approach

  7. New Chart: Top Functionalities Included in Patient Registries

  8. New Video: 2012 Medical Home Starts Linked to Surge in Patient Satisfaction

  9. Q&A: Are you using any telemedicine applications to manage your diabetes population?

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