Press Release: In the October Issue - Interdisciplinary Patient Care Teams Must Work Together to Solve America's Opioid Crisis

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MODESTO CA USA -- PAYMENT/DELIVERY SYSTEM REFORM UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- OCTOBER 20, 2017: The October issue of Population Health News features the article, "Interdisciplinary Patient Care Teams Must Work Together to Solve America's Opioid Crisis" by Julie Rubin, Pharm.D., BCPS. Population Health News is the monthly publication from Health Policy Publishing, LLC, which also offers Accountable Care News; Medical Home News; Predictive Modeling News; Readmissions News; Value Based Payment News; Health Insurance Marketplace Bulletin; Healthcare Innovation Bulletin, HealthChangeBulletin and Workplace & Retail Clinic Bulletin.

The October issue of Population Health News includes these features:
  • Interdisciplinary Patient Care Teams Must Work Together to Solve America's Opioid Crisis by Julie Rubin, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • What's Old is New by Talbot "Mac" McCormick, M.D.
  • A Case for Mandatory Second Opinion by Pamela Guggina, M.D., and Mike Hough
  • Taking a Population Health Perspective to Maternal Mental Health by Lisa B. Kay, MSW, MBA, John P. Keats, M.D., Liana D. Castel Ph.D. and Joy Burkhard, MBA
  • Industry News with briefs regarding BIS Research
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: How Do You Design Population Health Management Tools to Address High-Risk Populations?
  • Catching Up With...Barclay Berdan, FACHE
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