Medical Home Monitor, May 19, 2014
May 19, 2014 Volume VI, No. 10

  1. Independence Blue Cross's Primary Care Doctor Network Now Has More Than 300 Medical Homes
  2. Pilot PCMH Program Reduces Readmissions for HIV, AIDS Population
  3. Cone Health Increases Care for the Uninsured with Medical Home Model
  4. HINfographic: Making the Connection with Telephonic Case Management – 4 Key Areas
  5. 5 Ways to Reach, Engage Dual Eligibles
  6. New Chart: Identifying Candidates for Palliative Care
  7. Home Health Market Soars as Medical Providers Seek to Cut Costs
  8. New HIN Survey: Telephonic Case Management
  9. Health Coaching’s Value in Accountable Care and Medical Homes
  10. Q&A: Educating Members about the PCMH and PCMH Neighborhood

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2014 Medical Home Monitor by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
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Publisher: Melanie Matthews,

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