Disease Management Digest, May 26, 2011
May 26, 2011 Volume VII, Issue 46

  1. Vegetable, Fruit Diet Lowers Obesity Risk in African American Women

  2. Younger Doctors More Likely to Prescribe Heart Disease Drugs

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Challenges of ACO Creation

  4. Coffee May Reduce Risk of Lethal Prostate Cancer

  5. Extremely Obese Children Have High Prevalence of Psoriasis

  6. Q&A: How Do You Measure Impact of Care in DM?
    (open access until May 31.)

  7. Paid Sick Days Reduce Spread of Illness

  8. Are Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to MS?

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Leveraging Population Health Management To Meet ACO Efficiency Metrics

  10. Test Could Help Predict Early Death in Diabetes

  11. Autism, ADHD Rates Rising in American Children

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