Healthcare Business Weekly Update, April 6, 2015

April 6, 2015 Vol. XVII, No. 9
Sponsored by: Home Visits: Five Pillars to Reduce Readmissions and Empower High-Risk Patients

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  1. Mental Health Disorders Complicate Standards for Readmissions

  2. A Comprehensive Care Management Model: Care Coordination for Complex Patients

  3. Infographic: mHealth Apps

  4. Chronic Care Management: Obtaining Real-Time and Retroactive Patient Consents

  5. Chronic Care Management Reimbursement Compliance: Physician Requirements for Value-Based Revenue

  6. Income, Other Sociodemographic Factors Contribute to Adverse Health Outcomes Among Duals

  7. Dual Eligibles Care and Service Planning: Integrative Approaches for the Medicare-Medicaid Population

  8. Type of Insurance Drives Emergency Room Visits: AJMC Study

  9. 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Reducing Avoidable ER Visits

  10. New Chart: What are the Top Challenges to Embedded Case Management Programs?

  11. Care Transitions Management in 2015: EMRs, Discharge Summaries Sharpen Communication Between Care Sites

  12. Hospital Ratings on Social Media Appear to Reflect Quality of Care

  13. Hospitals and Community Benefit: New Demands, New Approaches

  14. Are Multi-Specialty Physician Groups ‘Next Generation’ to Transition to ACOs?

  15. SFHN Care Transitions Task Force: Standards Are Starting Point for Quality Improvement

  16. Physician Medical Device Preference Affects Patient Outcomes, Costs

  17. Quality Care, Affordable Care: How Physicians Can Reduce Variation and Lower Healthcare Costs

  18. 15 Percent of Providers Use Some Kind of Predictive Modeling

  19. Profiting from Population Health Management: Applying Analytics in Accountable Care

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