Disease Management Digest, May 30, 2013
May 30, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 44

  1. Type 2 Diabetes in Youth Progresses Faster, More Aggressively Than in Adults

  2. An Additional 3.4 Million People Will Have a Stroke in 2030, Treatment Costs May More Than Double

  3. New Chart: Greatest Challenges of mHealth

  4. Study: 2 Out of 5 Medical Students Have Unconscious Bias Against Obese People

  5. Death Rates Decline for Advanced Heart Failure Patients, Outcomes Still Not Ideal

  6. Q&A: How Does a Health Coach Determine a Coachee’s Values?

  7. Hospitals Profit When Patients Develop Bloodstream Infections

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: The Role of Case Managers in Emerging Care Delivery Models

  9. Children of Long-Lived Parents Less Likely to Get Cancer

  10. Infographic: Investment in Public Health Slipping

  11. Study Links Migraine and Depression Comorbidity with Brain Size

  12. 6 Data Analytics Driving Successful Population Health Management

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