Medical Home Monitor, July 1, 2013
July 1, 2013 Volume V, No. 13

  1. Proposed Changes for NCQA PCMH Recognition Strive to Meet Triple Aim Tenets

  2. Medical School Production of Primary Care Physicians Falls Far Short of Nation's Needs: Study

  3. Infographic: ACO and Medical Home Tools for Success

  4. New Report Card on Medication Use Gives Americans a C+

  5. Will Extended Primary Care Hours Keep Kids Out of the ER?

  6. Defining the Dually Eligible: 16 Things to Know for Population Health Management

  7. New Chart: Who Coordinates Care Transitions?

  8. Motivational Interviewing by Ochsner Health Coaches Drives Results in 4 Key Areas

  9. Q&A: How can an ACO or patient-centered medical home measure the success of health coaching?

  10. Meet Nurse Turned Health Coach Jeaneen Mullenhard: Moving from Fixing Disease to Preventing It

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