Disease Management Digest, June 13, 2013
June 13, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 46


  1. Reducing Unnecessary, High-Dose Pediatric CT Scans Could Cut Associated Cancers by 62 Percent

  2. Alzheimer’s, Low Blood Sugar in Diabetes May Trigger Vicious Cycle

  3. New Chart: Opportunities to Improve MA

  4. Making Small Lifestyle Changes Could Reduce Stroke Risk

  5. Women are 37 Percent More Likely to Have COPD Than Men, Finds Report

  6. Q&A: Which PHM Strategies are Useful to Embedded Case Managers?

  7. Obese Patients Trust Diet Advice from Overweight Doctors More than Normal Weight Doctors

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Health Coaching’s Value in Accountable Care and Medical Homes

  9. University of Michigan and Johns Hopkins to Develop Dementia Treatment Tool for Family Caregivers

  10. Infographic: Autism 101

  11. Quality-of-Life Issues Should Be Addressed for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patients on Oral Chemotherapy

  12. Meet Nurse Turned Health Coach Jeaneen Mullenhard: Moving from Fixing Disease to Preventing It

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