Medical Home Monitor, June 18, 2012
June 18, 2012 Volume IV, No. 11

  1. Reimbursement Rose for Majority of CareFirst Primary Care Panels for 2011 Performance

  2. Use of PCMH Features Not Related to Patients' Experience of Care

  3. Medical Home Pilot Will Test Group Visits for Patients with Shared Diagnosis

  4. CMS Seeks Practices to Test Comprehensive Primary Care Model

  5. 3 Ways to Improve Patients' Diet and Activity Levels

  6. Are 'Behavioral Economics' Key to Success In Medication Adherence?

  7. New Chart: Top Trends in Patient Registries

  8. New Market Data: Co-Located Case Managers Put Face on Population Health Management

  9. Q&A: How does UPMC help doctors meet pay-for-performance measure for reducing ER use?

  10. Advanced Illness Care Coordination: Outcomes from Aetna's Compassionate Care Program

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