Disease Management Digest, January 2, 2014
January 2, 2014  Volume X, Issue 21

  1. Analysis: How ACOs May Affect Cost of Care for Cancer Patients

  2. Study Suggests Patients with Diabetic Macular Edema Not Getting Prompt Care

  3. New Chart: What's the ROI from Telehealth Programs?

  4. Virtual House Calls Can Deliver Effective Specialized Care to Parkinson's Patients

  5. Are Concussions Related to Alzheimer's Disease?

  6. Q&A: Should Case Managers Use PAM to Help Members with Self-Management?

  7. Having Surgery First Instead of Chemotherapy May Be Better for Tongue Cancer Patients

  8. Health Coaching's Value in Accountable Care and Medical Homes

  9. Revised Autism Screening Tool Offers More Precise Assessment of Children

  10. Infographic: Healthcare Innovations in Oncology

  11. Stress Reaction Gene Linked to Death, Heart Attacks in Heart Disease Patients

  12. How Taconic IPA Embedded Case Managers Risk-Stratify High-Risk, High-Cost Patients

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