Healthcare Business Weekly Update, October 19, 2015

October 19, 2015  Vol. XVII, No. 35
Sponsored by: A Patient Engagement Framework: Intermountain Healthcare's Approach in a Value-Based System

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  1. Comprehensive Primary Care Year 1 Results: $24 Million Saved; Most Meet Patient Experience Quality Targets

  2. 70% of Physicians Don't Understand CMS Chronic Care Management Reimbursement Program: Study

  3. Most Challenging Conditions to Manage in Post-Acute Care Setting: New Chart

  4. Physician Reimbursement for Chronic Care Management: Identifying New Practice Revenue Opportunities

  5. 3 Ways to Fill Gaps in Accountable Care Measure Sets: Study

  6. Infographic: 17 Trends Driving & Shaping Healthcare

  7. PA Health System Lets Patients Pay Bundled Price for Procedures, Services

  8. Longitudinal Care Plans, Risk Scores Raise Patient Engagement for MSSP ACO's Complex Population

  9. 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Patient Engagement

  10. 2015 Post-Acute Care Trends: Top Tactics to Shore Up Care Transitions

  11. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2015: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry

  12. 4 in 10 Older Adults Say Management of Healthcare Needs Too Difficult

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

  14. Cyberattacks Will Cost U.S. Health Systems $305 Billion Over 5 Years: Accenture Forecast

  15. Physician-Hospital Organizations: Framework for Clinical Integration and Value-Based Reimbursement

  16. Memorial Hermann Immerses Care Managers in 'Micro Culture' of Physician Practices

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