Disease Management Digest, June 20, 2013
June 20, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 47


  1. Study Finds Cancer Guidelines Do Not Fully Meet IOM Standards

  2. Moderate-Intensity Walking Timed Just Right May Help Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes

  3. New Chart: What's the ROI from Medical Home Programs?

  4. Screening At-Risk Adolescents for Celiac Disease Proves Cost-Effective

  5. Low-risk Prostate Cancer Patients Can Forego Immediate Treatment and Choose Active Surveillance

  6. Q&A: What's the Effective Use of Reminder E-mails as Part of Long-term Behavior Change Activities?

  7. Exposure to High Pollution Levels During Pregnancy May Increase Risk of Having Child with Autism

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics

  9. Telephone Counseling Plus Physician Advice Helps Breast Cancer Survivors Become Physically Active

  10. Infographic: Health Coaching’s Call to Manage Weight, Chronic Disease

  11. Could Community-based Programs Help Prevent Childhood Obesity?

  12. 12 Questions to Measure Population Health Management Performance

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