Medical Home Monitor, June 4, 2012
June 4, 2012 Volume IV, No. 10

  1. Consumer Reports Publishes First-Ever Patient Experience Ratings for Massachusetts Primary Care

  2. Ohio Primary Care Practices Getting Live Alerts on Patient ED Visits, Hospitalizations

  3. Text Reminders Can Boost Patient Adherence to Oral Diabetes Medication

  4. CMS Targets Dementia Care in Nursing Homes with Training, Transparency

  5. Granite Healthcare Network-Cigna Launch Largest Accountable Care Program in New Hampshire

  6. UofM Study Suggests One Size Doesn't Fit All When Treating Blood Pressure in People with Diabetes

  7. New Chart: Top Opportunities to Improve Medication Adherence

  8. Bon Secours Investment in Nurse Navigators Paying Off in Patient Outcomes

  9. Q&A: How does Florida Blue use its patient/physician agreement to engage patients in their care?

  10. How a Community Partnership Is Reducing Avoidable Medicaid ER Visits

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