IN THIS ISSUE

David Bodycombe
Rich data streams from electronic health records, when used appropriately, can transform population-based care management
Frank Diamond
A patient-centered medical home pilot project yields results that lead the health plan to launch a major effort
Scott Guerin, PhD
Wrenching transformation in many forms is starting to be felt in many parts of the system. Here are ways to help resistant employees get on board.
Editor's Memo
John Marcille
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll

Meaningful use or not, electronic medical records are not delivering on the promise of improving care management

Medication Management
Thomas Reinke
These programs tend to operate on the fringes of cancer care, but a movement to make them more central gains favor
Biologics in Development
Michael D. Dalzell
Book Review
Peter Boland, PhD

UCLA Health System went from bad to best, using a plan that emphasized increased respect for the patient

Evidence Review

A summary of ECRI Institute’s Emerging Technology Evidence Report

Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD

The recent approval of Aubagio (teriflunomide) provides an opportunity to conduct head-to-head trials in this expanding treatment category

Plan Watch
Frank Diamond
UnitedHealthcare study unveils some impressive numbers, and now the company sets its sights on prediabetes
News & Commentary