Case Management Monitor, November 5, 2013
November 5, 2013 Volume 3 Issue 7
  1. Johns Hopkins-Led Study Shows Increased Life Expectancy Among Family Caregivers
  2. New Toolkit Addresses Increased Link Between Diabetics and Heart Disease
  3. Study: Patient Activation Linked to Lower Readmissions
  4. Infographic: Family Nurse Practitioners and the Affordable Care Act
  5. Older Heart Patients Need More Personalized, Preventative Care
  6. Hielix and Rural Health Innovations Launch Transitions of Care Support Service
  7. New Chart: Top 5 Challenges of Home Visits
  8. HINfographic: Healthcare Strategic Planning for 2014
  9. Dual Eligibles: Closing Care Gaps and Engaging Members in Self-Management
  10. Q&A: What Interventions Do You Offer Your Patients with Behavioral Health or CHF Diagnoses?

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