Population Health Monitor, April 16, 2014
Population Health Monitor
April 16, 2014   Volume II, No. 9
 
  1. HHS Announces Progress in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
  2. HERO and Population Health Alliance Guide Measurement of Employee Health Management Outcomes
  3. Lessons from the CMS ACE Bundled Payment Project
  4. UConn Med School Will Focus on Preventive Medicine, New Technology and Healthcare Reform
  5. HINfographic: 9 Measures of ACO Success
  6. Public Poll Shows Older Adults Think Medical Homes Help Improve Health
  7. 3 Nurse Navigator Tools to Enhance Care Management
  8. Alzheimers On the Rise, Affected Seniors More Likely to be Hospitalized
  9. New Chart: Who Receives HRA Results?
  10. Telephonic Case Management: Protocols for Behavioral Healthcare Patients

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2014 Population Health Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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