Population Health Monitor, August 20, 2014

Population Health Monitor
August 20, 2014   Volume II, No. 17

Sponsored by: Creating a Virtual Multi-Specialty Physician Network: A Payor-Provider Collaborative

  1. Increased Adoption of Complex Care Management Can Help Deliver Cost Savings, Quality Metrics: Study
  2. Community Pharmacist Intervention Boosts Medication Adherence, Reduces Healthcare Costs: Study
  3. Adventist Health Employees Test Population Health Rollout
  4. Mobile Technology Helps Health Coaches Support At-Risk Medicare Patients after Discharge
  5. New Chart: Top Challenges of Telephonic Case Management
  6. Infographic: Healthcare Pay-for-Peformance and Risk Sharing
  7. RWJF Awards UW Population Health Institute $12 Million to Build Culture of Health
  8. Severity Index Drives Patients' Touch Points with Nurse Navigators
  9. HHS: For Most Hospitals, EHR Meaningful Use Capabilities Largely Untapped
  10. Yale Online Forum Helps Teens with Diabetes 'Not Look Like a Jerk'

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