Healthcare Business Weekly Update, March 14, 2016
March 14, 2016  Vol. XVIII, No. 3
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  1. CMS Sets April 1 LOI Deadline for Next Wave of 'Next Generation ACO' Participants

  2. Next Generation ACO: An Organizational Readiness Assessment

  3. CMS Posts 2013 Utilization and Payment Data on 15,000 Skilled Nursing Facilities

  4. Accountable Care Strategies to Improve Hospital-SNF Care Transitions

  5. Infographic: Majority of Providers Give Online Information Access to Patients

  6. 5 Ways to Protect Against Cyber Attacks

  7. Top Components of Integrated Behavioral Health Programs: New Chart

  8. Stratifying High-Risk, High-Cost Patients

  9. Quality, Satisfaction Markers Driving Healthcare Provider Value-Based Rewards

  10. HHS Hits Goal of Tying 30% of Medicare Payments to Quality 11 Months Ahead of Schedule

  11. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2016: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry

  12. In New Market Metrics, Population Health Management Fuels Data Analytics Frenzy

  13. Consumers' Use of Health Apps and Wearables Doubled in Past 2 Years: Accenture Survey

  14. 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Digital Health

  15. While Most Americans View Healthcare Positively, Many Report Problems with Costs, Quality, Access to Services: Poll

  16. Yale-New Haven Embedded High-Risk Care Coordinators Monitor Geriatric Homebound

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