Case Management Monitor, April 15, 2014
April 15, 2014   Volume 3 Issue 18
  1. ER Doctors Commonly Miss More Strokes Among Women, Minorities, Younger Patients
  2. 2014 Market Data on Medical Homes: Will Medical Neighborhoods Challenge Reimbursement Rules?
  3. Improving Population Health with Embedded Case Managers in an Open, Multi-Payor Community
  4. Hospital 'Management by Walking Around’ May Do More Harm Than Good, Say Nurses
  5. Medical Practices Employing Nonphysician Providers for Care Coordination
  6. The Hospital Perspective on Palliative Care
  7. HINfographic: 12 Questions to Guide a Physician Compensation Strategy
  8. New Chart: 6 Keys to Successful Duals Population Health Management
  9. 30-Day Readmission Rates of Pulmonary Patients Who Exercise Decrease by One- Third
  10. Q&A: How Do You Select Nurse Case Managers for Palliative Care?

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