Healthcare Business Weekly Update, December 7, 2015

December 7, 2015  Vol. XVII, No. 42
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  1. Updated CMS Quality Strategy Reflects Pay-for-Value Progress, Priorities

  2. Time Constraints a Top Barrier to Physician Pursuit of Value-Based Care Delivery

  3. Contracts Covered By Value-Based Reimbursement Models: New Chart

  4. Framework for Patient Engagement: 6 Stages to Success in a Value-Based Health System

  5. 2016 Healthcare Roadmap: The Top 3 Trends Consuming the Industry

  6. Patient Satisfaction Influenced by Level of Computer Use in Clinical Encounters

  7. 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Chronic Care Management

  8. Allegheny Home Health Coordination Achieves 40% Drop in 30-Day Readmissions in High-Risk Populations

  9. Do Longitudinal Care Plans Deliver on Promise of Patient-Centered Care?

  10. Remote Patient Monitoring for Enhanced Care Coordination: Technology to Manage an Aging Population

  11. 5 Telemedicine Technology Trends for 2016

  12. Infographic: Patient Engagement Tactics to Drive Satisfaction, Care Plan Adherence and Quality

  13. Healthcare Drivers for 2016: Why Data is a Health Plan's Strongest Asset

  14. 11 Value-Based Healthcare Reimbursement Trends to Know

  15. Bundled Payments: Opportunities in Effective Retrospective Acute and Post-Acute Care Bundles

  16. Integrated Health Coaching: Reducing Risk and Empowering Change across the Health Continuum

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