Case Management Monitor, June 4, 2013
June 4, 2013 Volume 2 Issue 21

  1. Mixed Results for Care Management Technology Over Past Five Years: Survey

  2. IBM, Spanish Institute of Health Launch Care Coordination Model

  3. New Behavioral Health Home Certification Targets Care Coordination

  4. Prescription Drug Costs Among Top Concerns for Medicare Beneficiaries

  5. HINfographic on Medication Adherence: Getting America to Take Its Medicine

  6. 1 in 25 U.S. Adults Could Have Stroke by 2030

  7. New Table: High-Risk Patient Roster in Atrius Health Geriatric Care Model

  8. 9 Questions to Evaluate Your Culture of Health

  9. Moving Forward with Payment Bundling

  10. Q&A: What Evidence-Based Teaching Tools Do You Use to Keep Readmissions Low?

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