Medical Home Monitor, April 21, 2014
April 21, 2014 Volume VI, No. 8

  1. Medical Practices Increasingly Employ Nonphysician Providers to Accommodate Patients, Enable Care Coordination
  2. New NCQA PCMH Standards Integrate Behavioral Health, Focus on High-Need Populations and Team-Based Care
  3. AAFP Joins Initiative to Incorporate Behavioral Health into PCMH
  4. Infographic: How the ACA Affects Mental Health
  5. Top Tools, Workflows and Processes for a Patient-Centered Medical Home
  6. New Chart: Characteristics of a Value-Based Physician Compensation Model
  7. IBC Medical Home Study Finds Lower Costs for Chronically Ill
  8. Medical Neighborhood Bridges Gap Between Health Systems and Physicians
  9. Humana Remote Monitoring Pilots Engage Memberís Circle of Care
  10. Q&A: How Do You Coordinate Care for Functionally Challenged Individuals?

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Publisher: Melanie Matthews,

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