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In the September Issue
  • Comprehensive Survey of Managed Care Organization Medication Adherence Intervention Programs by Clifford Jones
  • Can Predictive Analytics Help Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections?
  • Journal Review: Dynamic Medication Adherence Modeling in Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: A Markov Microsimulation Methods Application; Allegheny Health Network Team Develops Biomarker for Early Detection of Esophageal Cancer; Biomarkers Aim to Help Predict Heart Disease Risk; Use of Early Disease-Modifying Drug Adherence Measure to Predict Future Adherence in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: "How can predictive modeling be successfully used for member and patient retention?"
  • Industry News with briefs regarding Explorys and Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin; EcoHealth Alliance; OpenClinica LLC; Quantum Innovations Inc. and Healthcare Alliance Group; New York Digital Health Accelerator; and St. Luke's University Health Network and Capital BlueCross
  • Catching Up With...Matthew J. Wilson PhD

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