Medical Home Monitor, July 7, 2014


July 7, 2014 Volume VI, No. 13


  1. Aetna-WESTMED Medical Home Success Leads to Medicare Collaborative Care Agreement
  2. Mercy's ACO Analytics Take Top Honor
  3. AAFP: Combine Medical Home Culture, EHR for 'One-Two' Punch
  4. Infographic: 10 Things to Know About Medical Homes in 2014
  5. Communication Key to 'Healthy Handoffs' in Medical Neighborhood
  6. New Chart: Top 6 Areas Covered by HRAs
  7. 2014 Market Data: Telephonic Case Management Offers Direct Line to Care Coordination
  8. 4 Ways to Pinpoint High-Risk, High-Cost Candidates for Case Management
  9. N.Y. Diabetes Telehealth Monitoring Advocates Individualized Care, Individual Goals
  10. Q&A: Where do physician practices have the most trouble with care compacts?

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2014 Medical Home Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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Care Compacts in Medical Neighborhood

Describes WellPoint's efforts to clearly define these roles and responsibilities: the testing of care compacts in its Patient-Centered Specialty Care (PCSC) program. Order your instant PDF download or print copy today.


Dual Eligibles care gaps

Pamme Taylor, vice president of advocacy and community-based programs at Wellcare Health Plan Inc.:

"As you look at populations that qualify for both Medicaid and Medicare, it's going to be essential to figure out ways to sustain the social safety net, at the same time ensuring that members connect to the programs that they need to remove socially-based barriers to accessing healthcare." Watch webinar or order a training DVD or CD-ROM.