Population Health Monitor, September 17, 2014

Population Health Monitor
September 17, 2014   Volume II, No. 19
 


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  1. Project IMPACT: Team-Based Diabetes Care with Pharmacists Improved Outcomes
  2. Multi-Institutional Research on Multiple Morbidities Valuable in Planning Healthcare Interventions
  3. Analytics Outweighs Accountable Care, Population Health, ICD-10 as an IT Priority, say Health System Execs
  4. 10 Things to Know About Population Health Management in 2014
  5. Almost Half of Older Adults Have Care Needs: Study
  6. Case Management Focus on Care Transitions Helps to Halve 30-Day Medicare Rehospitalizations
  7. New Chart: Top Tools to Determine Population Health Interventions
  8. Infographic: Large Employers Lead the Way with Worksite Wellness
  9. Is Texting Key to Population Health in Urban Communities?
  10. Pharmacist Home Visits, Call Center Help High-Risk Patients to Manage Medication Adherence, Avoid Readmission

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Editor: Patricia Donovan, pdonovan@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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