Medical Home Monitor, April 1, 2013 Medical Home Monitor
April 1, 2013 Volume V, No. 7


  1. Half of 107 U.C. Davis Graduating Medical Students Will Enter Primary Care

  2. NCQA Outlines Medical Home Program for Specialty Practices

  3. Patient-Centered End-of-Life Care Means Happier Patients Who Live Longer

  4. Infographic: Patient Data Flow in an ACO

  5. Study on Organizational Culture Finds Patient-Centered Care Focus Most Critical Attribute for Physicians

  6. Survey: Clinician Satisfaction with EHRs Has Decreased Since 2010

  7. New Chart: Top 5 Medical Home Strategies for Patient Engagement

  8. Care Transition Management Strategies for Effective Patient Handoffs

  9. Q&A: How are Medicaid payors implementing bundled payments for both primary care and specialty care?

  10. Motivational Interviewing Key to Patient Empowerment

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