Medical Home Monitor, June 3, 2013
June 3, 2013 Volume V, No. 11


  1. 5 Lessons from Successful Primary Care Practice Transformations

  2. Californians with 'Medical Home' More Likely to Get Flu Shots, Preventive Treatment

  3. HINfographic on Medication Adherence: Getting America to Take Its Medicine

  4. Aetna Launches Patient-Centered Medical Home in New York

  5. Doctors' and Hospitals' Use of Health IT More Than Doubles Since 2012

  6. Patients Often Excluded From Decision-Making About Common Conditions

  7. New Chart: How Do You Measure Population Health Management Success?

  8. Patient Engagement and Provider Collaborations That Improve Care Transitions

  9. Q&A: What community factors drive hospital readmissions?

  10. High-Risk Patient Roster Helps Atrius Pioneer ACO 'Beat the Benchmark'

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Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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