Disease Management Digest, April 11, 2013
April 11, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 37

  1. New HINfographic Finds Many Healthcare Companies Offer Health Coaching for Weight Management

  2. Study Finds Treatments, Not Prevention, Dominate Diabetes Research

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Measurements of PHM Program Effectiveness

  4. Melanoma Survivors Still Forego Sunscreen, Use Tanning Beds

  5. Dedicated Cleaning Staff Shown to Reduce C. difficile Contamination in Hospital Rooms

  6. Q&A: What Strategies Increase Engagement in Health and Wellness Coaching?

  7. Is Guided Self-Help Effective in Treating Childhood Obesity?

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Leveraging Case Management Tools and Technology to Improve Outcomes

  9. 25 Percent of Women Do Not Complete Recommended Breast Cancer Treatment

  10. Infographic: Funding Public Health

  11. Study: Walking Reduced Coronary Heart Disease 9.3 Percent Compared to 4.5 Percent for Running

  12. Don’t Ignore ‘Reasonable Alternative Standard’ When Offering Outcomes-Based Incentives

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