Medical Home Monitor, August 19, 2013
August 19, 2013 Volume V, No. 16


  1. IBC Medical Home Studies Show Significant Costs Savings for Chronically Ill

  2. Hospital's Patient Navigators Steer Non-Urgent ER Visits to Primary Care

  3. URAC Announces 7 Finalists for Care Coordination, Clinical Integration Best Practices Awards

  4. New Chart: Top 5 Ways to Identify Individuals for Case Management

  5. Kaiser Permanente Population Health Management: Team Approach, One Member at a Time

  6. Oregon Expands Care Coordination of Dual Eligibles

  7. Infographic: Why Don't People Take Their Medications?

  8. Can a Medical Center's Farmers Market Contribute to Patient-Centered Care

  9. Managing Population Health with Integrated Registries and Effective Patient Touchpoints

  10. Q&A: What is the average length and typical format of a home visit?

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