Health Coach Huddle, April 2014
April 2014 Volume VI, Issue 4

  1. Health Coaches, Pharmacists Collaborate in New Community-Based Health Management Program for Chronically Ill

  2. More Smokers Would Quit if Offered More Medicaid-Sanctioned Cessation Programs
  3. Virtual Conferencing Effective Weight Management Intervention
  4. Participation Open for 2014 Remote Patient Monitoring Survey
  5. New Chart: Top 5 Components of a Home Visit
  6. Q&A: What Type of Clinical Training Do You Provide Advanced Practice Coaches?
  7. Managing Population Health with Integrated Registries and Effective Patient Touchpoints
  8. Mediterranean Diet May Lower Risk of Diabetes
  9. HINfographic: Parsing Palliative Care and the Patient Experience
  10. Lessons from the CMS ACE Bundled Payment Project

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