Medical Home Monitor, February 4, 2013
February 4, 2013 Volume V, No. 3


  1. Highmark Expands Medical Home After Successful Pilot Reduced Costs, Utilization

  2. Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Seeks Applications for Advisory Panels

  3. NCQA Certification Program Identifies Medical Home Experts

  4. Most Michigan PCPs Willing and Able to Serve More Patients, Even Medicaid

  5. Infographic: Does a Tweet a Day Keep the Doctors Away?

  6. Aetna-Univita Transition Care Program Will Provide Coordinated Home-Based Care Post-Discharge

  7. New Chart: Top 5 Health Technologies Used in Medical Homes

  8. Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Rewards

  9. Q&A: What global opportunities exist for providers and payors in the year ahead?

  10. Predicting 2013 Healthcare Trends

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© 2013 Medical Home Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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