Population Health Monitor, April 17, 2013
Population Health Monitor
April 17, 2013 Volume I, No. 13


  1. Study Shows Potential of Stratified Approach Toward Achieving Triple Aim for ACOs, Improving Population Health

  2. Aetna Healthy Lifestyle Coaching Helps Employees Live Healthier, Employers Save Money

  3. Defining the Duals: 13 Things to Know for Population Health Management

  4. Disease Prevention is Primary Motivation for mHealth Adoption: Study

  5. Infographic: Health Coaching’s Call to Manage Weight, Chronic Disease

  6. Cigna Foundation Rewards Healthiest Workplaces

  7. Q&A: Technology Can Help Case Managers with Patients’ Care, Advocacy

  8. Catholic Health Initiatives and Accenture Apply Analytics to Identify Health Risks Among Patient Populations

  9. New Chart: Top 5 Measurements of PHM Program Effectiveness

  10. HealthSounds Podcast: Telephonic Case Management — Protocols for Behavioral Healthcare Patients

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