Population Health Monitor, January 15, 2014
Population Health Monitor
January 15, 2014 Volume II, No. 3

  1. Health and Wellness Superusers Account for $161 Billion Annually in Food, Beverage Market

  2. Medication Adherence Among Heart Attack Survivors Varies Depending on Race, Gender

  3. Community 'Feet on the Street,' HRAs Improve Dual Eligibles' Health

  4. Millions of Lives Saved Since Surgeon General's Tobacco Warning 50 Years Ago

  5. HINfographic: 7 Patient-Centered Strategies to Generate Value-Based Reimbursement

  6. Online Patient Portal Increases Diabetics' Medication Adherence

  7. Ideas to Engage Providers and Patients in CMS 5-Star Quality Rating Improvement

  8. Workplace Wellness Programs Encouraging Lifestyle Changes May Not Reduce Costs

  9. New Chart: Top Incentives for HRA Completion

  10. Managing Population Health with Integrated Registries and Effective Patient Touchpoints

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