Population Health Monitor, March 19, 2014
Population Health Monitor
March 19, 2014 Volume II, No. 7


  1. Companies Manage Healthcare Costs by Raising Incentives, Creating Healthier Workforce

  2. Third-Hand Smoke May Pose Threat to Population Health

  3. 4 Pillars of SNF/Hospital Partnerships

  4. New ACS Data Shows Investing in Colorectal Cancer Screening Pays Off

  5. HINfographic: Risk-y Business – HRAs Take Temperature of Population Health

  6. Targeted Treatment of Back Pain Sees 50 Percent Drop In Work Absence

  7. New Rule for Patient Care Collaborations: There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Team’

  8. Improving Continuity of Care for Elderly Patients with Chronic Diseases Cuts Costs and Complications

  9. New Table: Adventist Health Population Health Management Evaluation Checklist

  10. Improving Population Health with Embedded Case Managers in an Open, Multi-Payor Community

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