Medical Home Monitor, August 5, 2013
August 5, 2013 Volume V, No. 15


  1. Horizon BCBS-NJ Medical Home Program Lowers Diabetic Care Costs by 9 Percent

  2. New Chart: ROI from Medical Home Programs

  3. 4 Ways Data Analytics Supports Medical Homes

  4. Yale Study: 6 Accountable Care Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmissions

  5. HINfographic on Defining the Dually Eligible: 16 Things to Know for Population Health Management

  6. Healthcare 'Hotspotting': Camden Coalition Drives Interventions with Data

  7. The Value of Home Visits for Medically Complex Patients

  8. Health Integrated Web Site Highlights Care Management for Duals

  9. Performance Quality Measurement and Reporting for Accountable Care

  10. Q&A: How does an ACO report its physician quality data back to participating network physicians?

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