Disease Management Digest, April 21, 2011
April 21, 2011 Volume VII, Issue 41

  1. BCBS of Minnesota Project Inspires Community to Live Healthier

  2. Targeting Depression Can Help Diabetics Improve Overall Health

  3. New Chart: Who Conducts the Home Visit for Care Transition Programs?

  4. Adherence to Cancer Prevention Guidelines Lowers Cancer, Heart Disease Death Risk

  5. Could Weight Loss Improve Memory?

  6. Q&A: How are Health Improvement Messages Communicated?
    (open access until April 26.)

  7. U.S. Spending on Medicines Up Slightly in 2010, New Therapy Starts Down

  8. Quality of Parent-Toddler Relationships May Affect Childhood Obesity Risk

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Patient Registries — A Cornerstone in Creating, Delivering Accountable Care

  10. Dietary, Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Triglycerides

  11. Diabetics at Increased Risk for Parkinson's

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