Medical Home Monitor, November 4, 2013
November 4, 2013 Volume V, No. 21

  1. Medical Homes: Do Different Models Need Different Yardsticks?

  2. Primary Care Physicians' Care Quality Not Affected by Patients' Insurance Status

  3. Oregon Pilot Puts Therapists On Primary Care Teams

  4. Tailored Primary Care Programs Good for Vets, Homeless

  5. New Chart: Reimbursement Models Used by ACOs

  6. NCQA Health Care Quality Study: Good News, Bad News and in Between

  7. Infographic: On the Road to Information-Driven Healthcare

  8. New Market Data: Physicians Ahead in Dual Eligibles Care Management

  9. Healthcare Trends in 2014: Expect Surge in Commercial ACOs to Continue

  10. Q&A: What's in the care compact between PCPs and specialists in the medical home neighborhood?

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