Press Release: In the June Issue - Which Care Is Right: Discussing On-Demand Healthcare Options with Patients

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MODESTO CA USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- JUNE 16, 2017: The June issue of Population Health News features the article, "Which Care Is Right: Discussing On-Demand Healthcare Options With Patients" by Pamela Sullivan, M.D., MBA, FACP, P.T.. Population Health News is the monthly publication from Health Policy Publishing, LLC, which also offers Accountable Care News; Healthcare Innovation News, Medical Home News; Predictive Modeling News; Readmissions News; Value Based Payment News; HealthChangeBulletin and Workplace & Retail Clinic Bulletin.

The June issue of Population Health News includes these features:
  • Which Care Is Right: Discussing On-Demand Healthcare Options With Patients by Pamela Sullivan, M.D., MBA, FACP, P.T.
  • HIT, Screening Programs Build Bridges to Improved Population Health Management by Pete Desai
  • Making a Case for Population Health: McLeod Health Revamps Rounding Protocol, Increases Patient Satisfaction
  • IDNs Deliver 'Intelligent Experiences' for Behavior Change by Peter Borden and David Nickelson
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: What Effect Will the New American Health Act (AHCA) -- if it Passes -- Have on Population Health Management?
  • Industry News with briefs regarding Association of Community Cancer Centers, Surescripts, Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care Partners, and Anthem Blue Cross.
  • Catching Up With Peter Aran, M.D.
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