Population Health Monitor, June 18, 2014

Population Health Monitor
June 18, 2014   Volume II, No. 13
  1. AMA Adopts Telemedicine Policy to Improve Access to Care for Patients
  2. E-MD and Lightbeam Population Health Solution Flags Avoidable High-Cost Events
  3. 7 Criteria to Identify Population Health Management Targets
  4. CMS Initiative Helps People Make the Most of their New Health Coverage
  5. Infographic: The Growing Industry, Effects of mHealth
  6. Processed Red Meat Linked to Higher Risk of Heart Failure, Death in Men
  7. Nurse Practitioners Slowly Gain More Access to Patients; Could Relieve Anticipated Physician Shortage
  8. Texas Health Denton Opens Hospital-Based Palliative Care Program
  9. New Chart: Top 6 Areas Covered by Health Risk Assessments
  10. Data Integration, Physician-Hospital Alignment Crucial to Bundled Payment Success

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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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