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


  1. BCBS Florida's Statewide Medical Home Program to Target Chronic Disease

  2. Updated TransforMED MHIQ Assesses Practice's Progress Toward NCQA Recognition

  3. 'Sentara to Home' Transition Specialists Ease Discharge of Cardiac Patients

  4. UCLA Study Questions NCQA Assessment of Diabetes Care in Community Health Centers

  5. Humana, NextGen Partner to Accelerate EHR Adoption, Exchange

  6. Diverse Diabetes Population Requires Communication, Trust to Manage Disease

  7. Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Primary Care Intervention Helps Obese Teen Girls Manage Weight, Change Behaviors

  8. Q&A: How Does a Multi-Disciplinary Team Support Medication Reconciliation?

  9. Telephonic Case Management Protocols for Behavioral Healthcare Patients

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© 2012 Medical Home Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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