Medical Home Monitor, June 2, 2014
June 2, 2014 Volume VI, No. 11

  1. Physician-MA Relations Key to Creating PCMH
  2. Post-Acute Care Reform Encourages Better Care Coordination, Quality Care
  3. CSI Expansion Means PCMH Access for 100,000 Individuals
  4. HINfographic: The Medical Home Neighborhood
  5. Can Cross-Care Continuum Collaboration Reduce Readmissions?
  6. New Chart: 4 Fundamentals of WellPoint's Patient-Centered Specialty Care
  7. Partnership Personalizes Service, Enhances Care for Seniors Following Hospital Stays
  8. Care Coordination Compacts: Establishing Accountability, Clarity between Physicians and Specialists
  9. Deconstructing Health Reform: 3 Reasons Medicare and Pioneer ACOs May Not Survive
  10. Q&A: Pharmacist's Role in Home Visits, Medication Reconciliation

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

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