Medical Home Monitor, June 16, 2014


June 16, 2014 Volume VI, No. 12


  1. Study Compares Care by PCMH Physicians to Care from Non-PCMH Practice Physicians
  2. Horizon is Cutting Costs for Those Who Use 'Patient-Centered' Doctors
  3. Experts Dive Into Realities of Patient-Centered Medical Homes
  4. Infographic: Calculating the Cost of Home Care
  5. Remote Care Management Improvements As Close As Telephone
  6. New Chart: Populations Participating in an Accountable Care Organization
  7. Free Mapping Tool Tracks Patient-Centered Medical Home Activity
  8. Key Tool for Stratifying Patients for Home Visits
  9. Medical Home Neighborhoods: Uplinking Specialists To Create Integrated Systems of Care
  10. Q&A: Where Do Practices Struggle the Most with Medical Homes?

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2014 Medical Home Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Jackie Lyons, jlyons@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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Home Visits Assessing Complex Patients Post-Discharge to Reduce Readmissions

Samantha Valcourt, MS, RN, CNS, clinical nurse specialist for Stanford Coordinated Care:

"Our goal is to empower our patients to be partners. We want to make sure that I can come to the home and help them. But when I'm not there, I want them to continue the work that we started and to be their own advocate. We all have the goal to reduce readmissions and long lengths of stay." Watch webinar or order a training DVD or CD-ROM.