Population Health Monitor, March 4, 2015

Population Health Monitor
March 4, 2015   Volume III, No. 4
Sponsored by: Cross-Continuum Care Transitions: A Standardized Approach to Post-Acute Patient Hand-Offs

During this February 26, 2015 webinar, now available for on-demand replay, the Care Transitions Task Force at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) charged in 2012 with developing a multi-disciplinarian, cross-continuum approach to improving care transitions shares the key achievements of the task force and its impact on readmission rates. Click here to view the webinar today.

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  1. 2015 Quality Impact: CMS Measures Impact Patients Beyond Medicare Population
  2. 5 Maryland Health Systems Form Population Health-Focused 'Advanced Health Collaborative'
  3. Infographic: Telemedicine Market Growth
  4. Positioning for Value-Based Reimbursement: Leveraging Care Management for Clinical and Financial Outcomes
  5. Are Hospitals Hitting the Triple Aim Mark? Aegis Thought Paper
  6. Tech-Savvy Seniors Want Online Options to Access Care from Home: Accenture Survey
  7. New Chart: Populations Targeted by Readmissions
  8. Annual Costs of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) in United States Top $210 Billion
  9. 12 Things to Know About Chronic Care Management
  10. 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Care Transitions Management
  11. CDC: Global Hypertension Treatment Will Save Millions of Lives
  12. Risk Stratification Targets the High-Risk, Curbs Utilization Across Continuum
  13. Population Health Rx™ to Address Transitional Care Services for High-Risk and Medically Complex Patients
  14. Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management
  15. Healthcare's Volume-to-Value Transition: How to Get Paid While You're Waiting

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© 2015 Population Health Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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