Medical Home Monitor, October 1, 2012
October 1, 2012 Volume IV, No. 18


  1. ACOs Hold Promise for Improving Care, Lowering Cost of Dual Eligibles

  2. Salary, Debt Concerns Deter Med Students from Primary Care Careers

  3. Should Primary Care Screen Adults for Alcohol Abuse?

  4. AAFP White Paper: In Primary Care for the 21st Century, Nurse ≠ Doctor

  5. Video: PAMF Group Medical Appointments Connect Patients with Shared Diagnosis

  6. Humana Distributes Nearly $20 Million in Quality Rewards to Primary Care Physicians

  7. New Chart: Which Populations Are Served by ACOs?

  8. Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics

  9. Q&A: What Type of Training is Provided for Advanced Practice Coaches?

  10. 10 Tips for Prepping a Practice for the Embedded Case Manager

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