Disease Management Digest, June 7, 2012
June 7, 2012 Volume VIII, Issue 47

  1. Text Message Prescription Reminders Improve Adherence to Diabetes Medication

  2. Lower Income Cancer Patients Less Likely to Be Involved in Clinical Trials

  3. New Chart: Health Activities Most Responsive to Incentives

  4. HHS Working to Close Racial, Ethnic Care Gaps for Asthma Patients

  5. Prejudice Persists for Overweight Women Even After Weight Loss

  6. Q&A: Which Disease Stage or Diagnosis is More Impactable in Reducing Avoidable ER Visits?
    (Open access until June 13.)

  7. Could Girls Treated with Radiation for Childhood Cancer Face Breast Cancer Risk?

  8. Smoking During Pregnancy Linked to Severe Asthma in Teen Years

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Identifying Functional Decline in Chronic Care Patients To Reduce Preventable Healthcare Utilization

  10. Intermittent Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Inferior to Continuous Therapy

  11. 10 Ways Cancer Patients and Physicians Can Better Communicate

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