|August 6, 2014
||Volume II, No. 16
Sponsored by: Creating a Virtual Multi-Specialty Physician Network: A Payor-Provider Collaborative
- Care Transitions Dashboard Mines Clinical Analytics for Patient-Follow-Up
- Kaiser Permanente, Johns Hopkins Medicine Strengthen Commitment to Advance Population Health
- Hybrid Embedded RN Care Managers Target High-Cost, High-Utilization 'VIPs'
- 4 New Hampshire Hospitals Partner in Population Health Initiative
- New Chart: Top Tools to Identify Patients for Home Visits
- Infographic: Wearable Healthcare Technology
- Meditology's Top 5 Technology Strategies for Population Health and Engagement
- NYCHHC Telehealth Success Strategy: One Hand on Heart, the Other on Phone
- Participation Open for 2014 Survey on Reducing Avoidable ER Visits
- Home Visits for the High-Risk: Targets, Timelines and Training
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