Population Health Monitor, April 1, 2015

Population Health Monitor
April 1, 2015   Volume III, No. 6
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  1. National Population Health Snapshot Shows Drop in Premature Deaths
  2. Colorado Taps Connecticut CHC's Chronic Pain Telehealth Program
  3. 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine
  4. Infographic: SXSW HealthTech Trends
  5. Humana Helps Doctors Chart Population Health Course with Transcend Resources
  6. mHealth Partnership Provides Mobile Coaching for N.J. Medicaid Patients with Diabetes, Hypertension
  7. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2015: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry
  8. New Chart: Key Components of Population Health Management Programs
  9. AMC-Qualcomm Collaboration to Enhance Connectivity, Care Coordination for At-Risk Patients
  10. Care Transitions Management in 2015: EMRs, Discharge Summaries Sharpen Communication Between Care Sites
  11. SFHN Care Transitions Task Force: Standards Are Starting Point for Quality Improvement
  12. Hybrid Embedded Case Management: New Model for Cross-Continuum Care Coordination
  13. Companies Spend More on Corporate Wellness, but Employees Leave Millions on Table: Study
  14. Countering 5 Remote Monitoring Cautions in Face of mHealth Uncertainty
  15. Massachusetts Web Site Offers Mental Health Education, Screenings for Males
  16. Reducing Behavioral Health Readmissions: Integrating Behavioral and Physical Health for a Broad-based Intervention

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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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