Population Health Monitor, July 17, 2013
Population Health Monitor
July 17, 2013 Volume I, No. 19

  1. Population Health May Drive Geographic Variation in Medicare Costs

  2. Survey: U.S. Patients Prefer to Use Online Portal for Access to X-Ray Exams, Radiology Reports

  3. Framing Healthcare Incentives May Influence People’s Attitudes Toward the Incentives

  4. 4 Benefits of Online Health Communities in Chronic Care Management

  5. HINfographic: Defining the Dually Eligible — 16 Things to Know for Population Health Management

  6. New Data Demonstrates Wireless Mobile Technology Improves Patient Engagement, Outcomes

  7. 7 High-Impact Ideas to Prioritize Prevention

  8. Dietary Risks Leading Cause of Disease Burden in the U.S., Contributed to More Health Loss in 2010

  9. New Chart: What's the ROI from Medical Home Programs?

  10. Telephonic Case Management: Protocols for Behavioral Healthcare Patients

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