Population Health News
Population Health News  
In the October Issue
  • Social Determinants and Health Inequities' Chilling Effect on Business by Mark Steffen, MD, MPH
  • Are Alternative Payment Models the Future? by Moshe Starkman
  • Targeting Transitions of Care to Reduce Readmissions: More is Not Always Better by Robyn A. Tamboli, PhD; Neesha N. Choma, MD, MPH; and Sunil Kripalani, MD, MSc, SFHM
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: How Can Technology Improve Population Health?
  • Industry News with briefs regarding Evolent Health, Papa, and Swisslog
  • Catching Up With... SSM Health and Navvis
  • In the Upcoming October Medical Home News Supplement: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan updates progress in its medical home initiative; An examination of results from the Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practice demonstration project
  • Click here to view page one of the issue
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