Disease Management Digest, February 14, 2013
February 14, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 29

  1. Physicians’ Belief About Obesity Origins Impacts Advice, Care

  2. Hospitals Report Reductions in Some Types of Healthcare-Associated Infections

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Health Professionals on the PHM Team

  4. Number of Alzheimer’s Patients Expected to Triple in Next 40 Years

  5. Benign Breast Disease Factors Could Put African-American Women at Risk for Cancer

  6. Q&A: What's Ahead in Health Coaching and Wellness Incentives?

  7. Old Age Offers No Protection from Obesity’s Death Grip

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2013 — A Strategic Planning Session

  9. Active Treatment with Clot-Busting Drug Yields Better Results after Stroke than Supportive Therapy Alone

  10. Infographic: Population Health Management Reduces Risk and Spend Across Care Continuum

  11. Could High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy Signal Future Heart Disease Risk?

  12. Meet Health Coach Shelley Wroth, M.D. — “Health Happens Mostly Outside the Doctor’s Office”

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