Medical Home Monitor, September 16, 2013
September 16, 2013 Volume V, No. 18


  1. Medical Home Satisfies Patients, But Fails to Improve ER or Hospital Use: Study

  2. Survey: Family Physicians Most Recruited Doctors for Seventh Straight Year

  3. Michigan's First Home-Based Primary Care Program Reduces Hospital Utilization

  4. Feedback from Medical Students: Patient-Centered Care is New Norm

  5. New Chart: Care Sites with Embedded Case Managers

  6. 3 Ways Registries Can Help to Close Care Gaps

  7. HINfographic: Medicare Pioneer ACO Year One, Lessons from a Top Performer

  8. 3 New Hampshire Health Systems Unveil ElevateHealth™ Care Coordination Network

  9. Health Coaching’s Value in Accountable Care and Medical Homes

  10. Q&A: What is the role of the population health manager in a Pioneer ACO?

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