Healthcare Business Weekly Update, June 27, 2016
June 27, 2016  Vol. XVIII, No. 17
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  1. Medicare ACOs Amass $592M in Savings from Care of Clinically Vulnerable with Multiple Conditions: Dartmouth Study

  2. New SAMHSA Behavioral Health Metrics and Quality Measures Address Access, Integration, Value-Based Accountability, More

  3. HHS to Small Physician Practices: $20 Million for MACRA Quality Payment Program Training Available

  4. The New Physician Quality Reporting: Positioning Your Practice for MACRA's Merit-Based Incentive Payment System

  5. More Than Half of Healthcare Providers Expect Profits Will Drop with Value-Based Contracts: KPMG Survey

  6. New 'Total Active Risk' Model Redefines Risk Stratification for Value-Based Care, Incorporates Social Determinants of Health

  7. Targeting High-Risk and Rising-Risk Patients: A Multi-Pronged Strategy

  8. Health Coaching in 2016: Motivational Interviewing Sparks Behavior Change Conversation

  9. Daily Health Coaching, Cash Incentives Help Coloradans Lose Weight, Keep It Off

  10. New Chart: Top Patient Engagement Strategies

  11. CMS Updates Moratoria Interactive Provider Services and Utilization Data Tool

  12. 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Data Analytics and Integration

  13. Medicaid Expansion Post-ACA Improved Access to Care, Boosted Preventive Visits: HHS

  14. Home Visits for High-Risk Patients: Tools, Timing and Outcomes

  15. CCNC's Award-Winning Home Visits: Care Transition Management Not 'One-Size-fits-All'

  16. Medicare Chronic Care Management Billing: Evidence-Based Workflows to Maximize CCM Revenue

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