Healthcare Business Weekly Update, August 22, 2016
August 22, 2016  Vol. XVIII, No. 24
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  1. Impact of Cardiac Bundled Payments Should Be Modest for Most Hospitals: Avalere Study

  2. High-Cost Individuals Factor in Aetna Decision to Narrow Individual Public Exchange Participation

  3. Stratifying High-Risk Patients in 2016: As Risk Prediction Prevails, Industry Eyes Social Determinants, Rising Risk

  4. Episodes of Care: Improving Clinical Outcomes and Reducing Total Cost of Care Through a Collaborative Payor-Provider Relationship

  5. New Chart: What Are the Top Health Coaching Delivery Modalities?

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

  7. Health Coaching Tops Employees' Wish List for Achieving Wellness Goals

  8. 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Population Health Management

  9. Pharmacies' Integrated Approach with Community Mental Health Centers Elevates Adherence Rates, Lowers Costs

  10. Infographic: Building a Million-Dollar Physician Relationship

  11. Homebound, Elderly Patients Missing Out on In-Home Care: UVA Study

  12. Federal Grants Boost Telehealth for Medically Underserved Areas

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

  14. Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Patient-Centered Competencies for Population Health

  15. Patients and Healthcare Professionals Divided on Responsibility and Cost in Healthcare: Xerox Research

  16. Measuring and Evaluating the Impact of Home Visits for Clinically Complex Patients

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