Medical Home Monitor, September 4, 2012
September 4, 2012 Volume IV, No. 16

  1. Aetna Joins 500 Practices in CMS Comprehensive Primary Care Program

  2. Infographic: ACO Activity Assessment Tracks Launch of Accountable Care Organizations

  3. 1 in 5 Prescriptions in Primary Care for Elderly Is Inappropriate: International Study

  4. Nurse-Pharmacist Teams Could Reduce Medication Discrepancies at Admission, Discharge

  5. Family Physicians Among Doctors with Highest Rates of Burnout

  6. Hospital ACO Readiness Shows Promise for Primary Care: Study

  7. Top 5 Conditions Targeted by Embedded Case Managers

  8. Patient Engagement in the Patient-Centered Medical Home: A Continuum Approach

  9. Q&A: What Key Words Engage Patients in the Medical Home Model?

  10. 10 Hallmarks of a Health-Literate Organization

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