Population Health Monitor,November 21, 2012
Population Health Monitor
November 21, 2012 Volume I, No. 3


  1. Modifiable Health Risk Factors Clear Predictors of Higher Healthcare Costs: Healthyroads HERO II Study

  2. The 8 Imperatives of Healthways-Mercy Population Health Management Collaboration

  3. Two-Thirds of U.S. Primary Care Doctors Now Have Electronic Medical Records: Study

  4. 1 in 3 Owners Uses Phone to Gather Health Information

  5. Infographic: Healthcare in the Cloud

  6. Prevention Key to Reducing Healthcare Costs for All Workers, Even Those with Chronic Conditions: Study

  7. Healthcare Delivery Advice for 2013: Shore Up Payment Before Shifting Care Model

  8. NCQA Report Highlights Health Plans' Potential to Reduce Preventable Hospital Readmissions

  9. New Chart: How Pharmacists Help to Improve Medication Adherence

  10. Health Coaching Trends for 2012

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© 2012 Population Health Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
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Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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