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In the September Issue
  • Delivering Quality Care for People With Diabetes by Glen Stettin, M.D.
  • Small Businesses Keep Pace With Nationwide Health Trends
  • ConcertoHealth Patient3D Improves Outcomes for Vulnerable Patient Populations by Robin Tam
  • Managing Population Health and Avoiding Physician Burnout: Can You Do Both? by Paul DeChant, M.D., MBA, and Bridget E. Searles, M.S., R.N.
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: How Can Healthcare Organizations Achieve the Quadruple Aim, Expanding the Triple Aim to Include the Mitigation of Employee and Physician Burnout and Improving Work Life?
  • Catching Up With Donato Tramuto
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  Each issue has 12 pages with detailed feature articles contributed by leading national experts and executives in the field; Thought Leader insights; Industry Briefs; profile of a key individual involved with population health initiatives; plus more. Subscribers receive issues in print and electronic format, and also receive exclusive website access to back issues and supplemental content as well as optional participation in the LinkedIn Population Health News Group facilitating networking and interaction with others in the stakeholder community.  
     
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