Medical Home Monitor, February 18, 2014
February 18, 2014 Volume VI, No. 4

  1. HealthPoint Medical Group First to Earn NCQA Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Recognition

  2. Top Tools, Workflows and Processes for a PCMH

  3. Cigna, Beacon Health Form Accountable Care Program to Improve Health, Lower Costs

  4. HINfographic: 7 Patient-Centered Strategies to Generate Value-Based Reimbursement

  5. Hypertensive Patients Had Fewer Specialty Visits After PCMH Implementation

  6. New Chart: Who Conducts Home Visits?

  7. Program Providing Medical Home to Uninsured Californians Decreased Costly ER Care

  8. Embedding Case Managers as Ambassadors of Advanced Primary Care

  9. Deconstructing Health Reform: 3 Reasons Medicare and Pioneer ACOs May Not Survive

  10. Q&A: How are Medicaid Payors Implementing Bundled Payments for Primary and Specialty Care?

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