Disease Management Digest, April 12, 2012
April 12, 2012 Volume VIII, Issue 39

  1. Breast Cancer Patients Suffer Treatment-Related Side Effects After Completing Care

  2. Successful Strategies Identified for Weight Loss in the Obese

  3. New Table: 4 Ways to Engage Members in Telephonic Case Management

  4. New Program Uses Mobile Technology To Help People Manage Diabetes

  5. Study Finds Michigan Cancer Programs Follow Care Guidelines for Common Cancers

  6. Q&A: Are E-mail Reminders Effective in Improving Behavior Change?
    (Open access until April 18.)

  7. New MRI Technique May Predict Progress of Dementias

  8. Obese White Women Less Likely to Seek Colon Cancer Screening

  9. Second Annual Benchmarks in Reducing Avoidable ER Use: Pain Management Driving 'Ultra Utilizers'

  10. AAN Pledges to Improve Quality of Life for Epilepsy Patients in Response to IOM Report

  11. Meet Health Coach Kathleen Jones: Waking People Up to Their Resources and Potential

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