Medical Home Monitor, March 5, 2012
March 5, 2012 Volume IV, No. 4


  1. Only 1 in 4 Physicians Say They're On Target with Meaningful Use

  2. $8M CareFirst BCBS Safety Net Medical Homes Will Be Wired with Care Coordination IT

  3. CMS Stage 2 'Meaningful Use' Proposal Raises Bar on Quality Reporting

  4. Merger of AMA, AT&T Care Management Platforms Fosters Collaboration Across Continuum

  5. New AMA How-to Manual on Physician Payment Models Covers Bundled Payments, Shared Savings

  6. New Chart: Which Populations Are Targeted by Healthcare Case Managers?

  7. Motivational Interviewing Helps Patients To Say Yes to Behavior Change

  8. Remote Monitoring Pilot Aims to Reduce Readmissions in CHF Patients

  9. Q&A: Who Belongs on the ICD-10 Transition Team?

  10. How to Exceed Core Measure Targets for Value-Based Reimbursement

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