Healthcare Data Digest, May 4, 2012
May 4, 2012 Volume II Issue 18


Welcome to this week's Healthcare Data Digest. In case you missed any of this week's headlines in our Twitter news feed, you can view them now:

  1. Membership Generic Drug Discount Programs May Generate Incomplete PBM Data

  2. Does Soda Consumption Increase Risk of Stroke?

  3. High-Risk Births at Hospitals with Nursing Excellence Recognition Have Better Outcomes

  4. New Chart: Incentive Milestones in Health Coaching

  5. Modest Alcohol Use Lowers Risk, Severity of Liver Disease

  6. Caregiving Affects the Health of Three-Quarters of Caregivers

  7. 3 Key Questions to Ask ED Patients to Reduce Utilization

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Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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