Disease Management Digest, February 16, 2012
February 16, 2012 Volume VIII, Issue 31

  1. Family Focus May Help Obese Children to Succeed in Treatment

  2. Even Moderate Air Pollution Can Raise Stroke Risks

  3. New Chart: What's a Case Manager's Average Monthly Caseload?

  4. Are Stimulants for ADHD Associated With Increased Risk of Cardiac Events in Youth?

  5. Integrated Healthcare Model Allows for Earlier Intervention for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

  6. Q&A: How Are Consumers Using Self-Service Coaching?
    (Open access until February 22.)

  7. Primary Care Intervention Helps Obese Teen Girls Manage Weight

  8. Larger Belly Linked to Memory Problems in HIV Patients

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Telephonic Case Management — Protocols for Behavioral Healthcare Patients

  10. Heart Disease May Be a Risk Factor for Prostate Cancer

  11. Direct and Indirect Incentives for Physicians in Medical Home Programs

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