Population Health Monitor, February 6, 2013
Population Health Monitor
February 6, 2013 Volume I, No. 8


  1. Seven High-Impact Recommendations to Improve U.S. Prevention Policies

  2. Optum, Mayo Clinic Launch Facility for Better Patient Care

  3. Engaged U.S. Employees Exercise More, Eat Healthier

  4. 12 Questions to Measure Population Health Management Performance

  5. Infographic: Population Health Management Reduces Risk and Spend Across Care Continuum

  6. Two Humana Programs to Help People Across the Country Stay Healthy, Well

  7. Q&A: Predicting 2013 Healthcare Trends

  8. Tobacco Industry Continues to Spend Billions While Public Health Shortchanged

  9. New Chart: Top 5 Health Professionals on the PHM Team

  10. Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Rewards

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