Medical Home Monitor, January 16, 2012
January 16, 2012 Volume IV, No. 1

  1. Medical Homes, Improved Care Save N.C. Medicaid Nearly $1 Billion

  2. 5 Ways Small Practices Can Better Serve Complex Patients in Medical Homes

  3. NCQA, Pfizer Publish Free Report on Patient Engagement in the Medical Home

  4. Medical Home Employees Have High Morale, Levels of Job Satisfaction

  5. Greater Medical Home Access Associated with Lower Mortality

  6. New Chart: Top 5 Challenges of ACO Launch

  7. How Aetna Redefines Case Management for Medicare Population

  8. Oregon Medical Home Cuts Hospital Admissions, ER Visits for 4,000 Medicare Advantage Patients

  9. Q&A: What investment is needed to build the medical home infrastructure and what is the ROI on this program?

  10. Mapping the Way to ICD-10 Readiness: BCBS Michigan's Approach

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