Medical Home Monitor, July 15, 2013
July 15, 2013 Volume V, No. 14

  1. BCBS of Michigan Medical Home Program Saves about $155 Million Over 3 Years

  2. Urologists Have Infrastructure to Serve as Medical Homes for Patients with Certain Cancers

  3. Infographic: How Medical Professionals Make Use of Social Media

  4. Aetna Adds Colorado to Participation in CMS Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative

  5. New Funding Will Enhance Care Coordination, Beneficiary Experience of Dually Eligible

  6. Tips for Coordinating Smooth Moves Between Care Sites

  7. New Chart: Top Opportunities to Improve Medication Adherence

  8. Patient Engagement and Provider Collaborations Improve Care Transitions

  9. Q&A: How does a Pioneer ACO coordinate patient care and track individual patients and outcomes?

  10. 5 Tips for Seniors to Avoid Hospital Readmissions

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