Medical Home Monitor, December 3, 2012
December 3, 2012 Volume IV, No. 21


  1. Two-Thirds of U.S. Primary Care Doctors Now Using Electronic Medical Records

  2. Less-Experienced Physicians Spend More on Patient Care Than More-Experienced Physicians

  3. E-Visits Appear to Offer Accurate Diagnoses but May Lead to Overprescribing of Antibiotics

  4. Infographic: Nebraska's Innovative Population Health Management Program

  5. Stress Management Counseling in the Primary Care Setting Is Rare

  6. Could Medicare Pay Cuts Hurt Elderly and Disabled Patients' Access to Needed Care? AAFP Analysis

  7. New Chart: How Long Does It Take to Create an ACO?

  8. Geisinger Remote Monitoring Reduces All-Cause 30-Day Readmission Rates

  9. Q&A: What are the high-risk Medicaid diagnoses that require population health management?

  10. To Reduce CMS Readmission Penalties, Stay Two Years Ahead of the Data

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