Population Health Monitor, September 3, 2014

Population Health Monitor
September 3, 2014   Volume II, No. 18

Sponsored by: Embedded Case Management in Primary Care and Work Sites: Referral, Stratification and Protocols

  1. Surge in 'Big Data' Tools Transforming Population Health Management: Study
  2. UNC Health Care, Alignment Healthcare Collaborate on Population Health Program for Medicare Beneficiaries
  3. How Does Healthcare Stratify High-Risk, High-Cost Patients?
  4. Population Health Participation Improves Adherence for Type 2 Diabetes Patients: Study
  5. BCBS Michigan Engages Specialists in Care Coordination
  6. New Chart: Top Tools to Assess Medication Adherence
  7. Infographic: Healthcare Consumer Evolution
  8. Greenway-Walgreens EHR Offers Pharmacists Opportunity to Close Care Gaps
  9. Substance Abuse App Among Expanded BCBSM Behavioral Health Offerings
  10. Trained Military Medics Ease Transitions for John C. Lincoln's Newly Discharged Patients

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