Population Health Monitor, July 16, 2014

Population Health Monitor
July 16, 2014   Volume II, No. 15
  1. CDC: 4 Ways United States Can Boost Returns on Healthcare Investment
  2. Will Big Data Drive Patient Participation in Population Health Management?
  3. HHS Launches Challenge to Improve Hypertension through Health IT
  4. Missouri Hospitals Network to Improve Healthcare Access, Care Coordination
  5. Infographic: EHRs and the Data of Healthcare
  6. Geisinger: Diabetes Care Bundle Produces Better Health Outcomes
  7. 2014 Value-Based Priorities: Population Health, Care Coordination, Integrated Care
  8. New Chart: Top Methods to Target Patients for Remote Monitoring
  9. N.Y. Diabetes Telehealth Monitoring Advocates Individualized Care, Individual Goals

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