Healthcare Infographics, September 10, 2014

September 10, 2014 Volume II, No. 23

Sponsored by: Moving the Metrics: Financial and Quality Returns from System-wide Care Coordination and Risk Stratification

  1. Healthcare Quality in Insurance Marketplaces

  2. Telehealth Benefits, Delivery and Outcomes

  3. Behavioral Health Service Utilization Among Foster Children

  4. Healthcare and Big Data

  5. Healthcare Consumer Evolution

  6. High-Performing Medical Groups

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Elizabeth Miller, vice president of care management at White Memorial Medical Center, part of Adventist Health:

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