Disease Management Digest, June 2, 2011
June 2, 2011 Volume VII, Issue 47


  1. Co-pays Cause Noncompliance in Breast Cancer Therapy

  2. 19 Percent of Young Adults Have High Blood Pressure

  3. New Table: 7 Macro Trends Driving 2011 Healthcare Investment

  4. Drop in Physical Activity at Work Leads to Obesity

  5. Type 2 Diabetes Patients May Contract Tuberculosis

  6. Q&A: What's the Difference Between Patient Activation and Readiness to Change?
    (open access until June 7.)

  7. PHR Access Boosts Satisfaction in Cancer Patients

  8. Heart Failure Risk Lower in Women Who Eat Baked/Broiled Fish

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Reducing Avoidable ER Visits by Medicaid Patients Through Quality-Based Interventions

  10. Mild Obesity May Improve Survival in ALS Patients

  11. Antibiotics for Asthma, UTIs May Be Overused in Children

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