Population Health Monitor, September 4, 2013
Population Health Monitor
September 4, 2013 Volume I, No. 22


  1. Potential Exists for Patient Portals To Help Underserved, Low Literacy Patients

  2. Profiles in Health Coaching: In-Depth Interviews Outlining Skills, Background & Trends

  3. 35 Percent of Employers Say Employee Wellness Programs Effective Strategy for Controlling Costs

  4. 3 Ways to Use Registries to Close Care Gaps

  5. HINfographic: Population Health Management Reduces Risk and Spend Across Care Continuum

  6. Study Shows Counseling Via Cell Phone Helps Smokers with HIV/AIDS to Quit

  7. One-Minute Health Metrics Video: Telehealth Powers Population Health Management

  8. Research: BMI Not Accurate Measure of Body Fat Content, Does Not Account for Factors Contributing to Health

  9. New Table: 6 Competencies of a Primary Clinical Health Coach

  10. Integrated Health Coaching: The Next Generation in Health Behavior Change Management

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