Medical Home Monitor, January 21, 2013
January 21, 2013 Volume V, No. 2


  1. NY HHC Doctors Eligible for $59 Million in Bonuses for Meeting Quality, Efficiency, Clinical Targets

  2. $20 Million 'Medical Home Neighborhood' Begins 3-Year Demo to Strengthen Provider Collaborations

  3. Cornerstone Health Care Launches ACO with UnitedHealthcare and Optum

  4. CAPCI Hopes to Revitalize Primary Care with 4 P's of Physician Engagement

  5. Infographic: How EHRs Connect Doctors and Patients

  6. 5 More Johns Hopkins Practices Achieve Level 3 NCQA Recognition

  7. New Chart: Top Measures of ACO Success

  8. PHOs: Developing a Collaborative Structure for Shared Savings Agreements

  9. Q&A: What are Aetna's rates of engagement in its case management for advanced illness program?

  10. Top New Year's Resolution: Talking More to Increase Medication Adherence

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