Healthcare Business Weekly Update, July 15, 2019
July 15, 2019  Vol. XI, No. 6
Free Download: Care Coordination in 2019: Telephonic Interventions Drive Improvements in Clinical Outcomes and Care Quality

The release of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' care coordination toolkit provides further evidence that care coordination is an integral part of the current healthcare delivery landscape. Whether part of the primary care office, emergency department or health plan, care coordinators are having a positive impact on both the clinical and financial outcomes for healthcare organizations. The percentage of healthcare organizations with a care coordination program increased from 86 percent in 2016 to 92 percent in 2019, according to the Care Coordination Survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

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  1. CMS Launches Kidney Care First (KCF) and Comprehensive Kidney Care Contracting (CKCC) Models

  2. Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Face Continual, Significant Gaps in Care

  3. Care Coordination of Highest-Risk Patients: Business Case for Managing Complex Populations

  4. Downside Risk Contracts Still Less Common for ACOs

  5. Team Approach to Cardiac Care Increases Chance of Surviving Severe Complications from Heart Attack

  6. Infographic: 5 Ways Clinical Mobility Can Help Move the Needle on Patient Outcomes

  7. A New Vision for Remote Patient Monitoring: Creating Sustainable Financial, Operational and Clinical Outcomes

  8. New Chart: What Are the Leading Health Conditions/Concerns that Are Most Responsive to Health Coaching?

  9. Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Patient-Centered Competencies for Population Health

  10. Identifying Health Conditions Likely to be Misdiagnosed

  11. Stratifying High-Risk, High-Cost Patients: Benchmarks, Predictive Algorithms and Data Analytics

  12. The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Developing the Business Case from a Practice Perspective

  13. Novel Method Identifies Patients at Risk for HIV Who May Benefit From Prevention Strategies

  14. Healthcare C-suite Says Improving the Consumer Experience is a Top 2019 Priority

  15. Reducing Avoidable Healthcare Utilization in 2019: Re-Directing Non-Emergent Care To Appropriate Care Settings

  16. 9 Protocols to Promote Patient Engagement in High-Risk, High-Cost Populations

  17. Growing Number of U.S. Healthcare Consumers Using Self-Diagnosis Apps

  18. Even in Svelte Adults, Cutting About 300 Calories Daily Protects the Heart

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