Case Management Monitor, June 18, 2013
June 18, 2013 Volume 2 Issue 22

  1. Telemedicine Pilot Uses Remote Physicians, On-Site Nurses, to Decrease ED Waits

  2. Nurses Key to PCMH Program That Trims Healthcare Costs by $98 Million

  3. Cognitive Function a Factor in Managing Diabetes: Study

  4. 4 Healthy Behaviors Will Reduce Risk of Death, Heart Disease

  5. Infographic: U.S. Health Spending Alone Larger Than Most Nations’ GDP

  6. Care Transitions Central to Successful Hospital Readmissions Campaign

  7. New Chart: Greatest Challenges of mHealth

  8. Meet Nurse Turned Health Coach Jeaneen Mullenhard: Moving from Fixing Disease to Preventing It

  9. Health Coaching's Value in Accountable Care and Medical Homes

  10. Q&A: What Best Practices Are You Seeing in Terms of Case Management in the Hospital, ED, or Physician Practice?

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