Disease Management Digest, February 7, 2013
February 7, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 28

  1. Obesity May Increase Risk of MS in Children and Teens

  2. Study: Mammogram Every 2 Years Has Same Benefit as Annual Screenings for Older Women

  3. New Table: 5 Critical Links in Care Coordination for Dual Eligibles

  4. Can a Mobile App Help Prevent Diabetes?

  5. Chronic Kidney Disease Increases Risk of Death for Both Women and Men

  6. Q&A: Should Case Managers Partner with Patients in the Earlier Stages of a Disease?

  7. People Having a Stroke Should Seek Therapy Within 60 Minutes of Hospital Arrival

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics

  9. Study Reveals Two-Fold Higher Incidence of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers for HIV Patients

  10. Chest Pain Prior to Heart Attack Can Protect the Heart

  11. Infographic: Does a Tweet a Day Keep the Doctors Away?

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