Healthcare Business Weekly Update, April 17, 2017
April 17, 2017  Vol. IX, No. 4
Sponsored by: Coordinating Case Management and Community Services: A Collaborative Medicaid Care Model to Bridge Medical and Non-Medical Care

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  1. CMS Aligns Open Enrollment Period, Promotes Continuous Coverage and Gives States Network Adequacy Oversight in Health Insurance Exchange Final Rule

  2. End-of-Life Care Transition Patterns for Medicare Patients

  3. Touting 'Magic' of Home Visits, Sun Health Dispels 5 Care Transition Management Myths

  4. 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Population Health Management

  5. Social Determinants of Health: Scenarios to Encourage Sharing of Sensitive Information

  6. New Chart: Leading Health Conditions Targeted by Health Coaching Programs

  7. NH Population Health Management Program Enlists Fire Stations, Cuts Overdoses by 34 Percent

  8. Reducing SNF Readmissions: Quality Reporting Metrics Drive Improvements

  9. Stratifying High-Risk Patients, Industry Eyes Social Determinants, Rising Risk

  10. Infographic: U.S. Public Opinion on Healthcare Reform

  11. Can 'Coaching' Patients for Surgery Shorten Hospital Stays and Save Money?

  12. Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System

  13. Study Examines Stroke Hospitalization Rates, Risk Factors

  14. Centralized Care Management to Reduce Readmissions and Avoidable ED Visits in High-Risk Populations

  15. Patients Lack Information Needed for Chronic Disease Self-Management: AHA Study

  16. New Horizons in Healthcare Home Visits

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