Healthcare Business Weekly Update, February 27, 2017
February 27, 2017  Vol. XVIII, No. 49
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  1. CMS Boosts MACRA Multi-Level Support with Training for Small Practices, Telephone Helpline

  2. Physician MACRA-Readiness: Mining QRUR and Other CMS Data to Maximize MIPS Performance

  3. EHR Optimization & Population Health Top Healthcare CIO Investment Priorities: KPMG Survey

  4. Health Analytics in Accountable Care: Leveraging Data to Transform ACO Performance and Results

  5. Social Risk Factors Influence Health Outcomes, Medicare Payment: NEJM Perspective

  6. 2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Social Determinants of Health

  7. 3 Priority Populations for Home Visits and 10 More House Calls Benchmarks

  8. Remote Monitoring at NYC SNFs Significantly Curbed Heart Failure Readmissions

  9. In Health Risk Stratification, Social Determinants and 'Rising Risk' Patients at Forefront

  10. New Chart: Top Health Coach Performance Measures

  11. Changes in Coronary Angioplasty Could Save $300 Million Annually: Study

  12. Infographic: A Survival Guide for Independent Physicians

  13. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2017: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry

  14. 91 Percent of Chronic Patients Say They Need More Help Managing Disease: Study

  15. Stratifying High-Risk, High-Cost Patients: Benchmarks, Predictive Algorithms and Data Analytics

  16. Population Health Management: Don't Ignore Natural Inertia Driving Low-Risk Populations

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