Disease Management Digest, June 14, 2012
June 14, 2012 Volume VIII, Issue 48

  1. Integrated Health Systems Form Largest U.S. Private-Sector Diabetes Registry

  2. Too Little Sleep Can Increase Risk of Stroke Symptoms

  3. New Chart: What's the ROI from Case Management Programs?

  4. Many Young Adult Cancer Survivors Have Poor Long-term Physical, Mental Health

  5. Telephone Therapy is More Effective Than Face-to-Face Sessions for Patients with Depression

  6. Q&A: How Do You Assess the Level of Care Coordination Needed for Diabetics?
    (Open access until June 20.)

  7. New Data Suggests HIV Superinfection Rate Comparable to Initial HIV Infection

  8. Can Pre-Dental Procedure Antibiotics Be Limited to High-Risk Heart Patients?

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: The Patient-Centered Medical Home — Lessons from a Statewide Rollout

  10. Childhood CT Scans Linked to Leukemia, Brain Cancer Later in Life

  11. Meet Health Coaching Director Cheryl Walker: Integrative Care, Motivational Interviewing Future Trends

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