Medical Home Monitor, January 7, 2013
January 7, 2013 Volume V, No. 1

  1. Diabetes Prevention Interventions Reduce Obesity, Health Risks for Primary Care Patients

  2. Physicians Feel Underqualified to Treat Obesity

  3. AAAHC Accredits Walgreens Worksite Health Centers as Patient-Centered Medical Homes

  4. Infographic: Primary Care Wages

  5. Board-Certified Case Managers Excel at New Models of Patient Care

  6. Nurse Practitioners Have Potential to Improve Access to Primary Care: Literature Review

  7. New Chart: What's the ROI from Population Health Management?

  8. 2013 Trends: New Directions in Reimbursement, ACO Administration and Health IT

  9. Q&A: What tools besides patient activation can help to assess a member's engagement?

  10. HIN Launches CaseTalk, New Online Discussion Forum for Care Coordinators

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