Disease Management Digest, September 6, 2012
September 6, 2012 Volume IX, Issue 8

  1. CDC: High Blood Pressure Out of Control for Many Americans

  2. Diabetes Can Be Controlled in Patients after Pancreas Removal

  3. New Chart: What's a Case Manager's Average Monthly Caseload?

  4. Survey Finds Many Atrial Fibrillation Patients Aware of Stroke Risk

  5. HIV Treatment Use Increases in United States

  6. Q&A: What Are the Financial and Quality Benefits of Embedded Case Management?

  7. Could Having a Steady Job Help Keep Diabetics Healthy?

  8. Study Suggests Simple CT Scan Can Predict Worsening COPD

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: The Patient Experience — How to Keep the Healthcare Customer Satisfied

  10. Obese Youth Have Significantly Higher Risk of Gallstones

  11. 8 Successes Achieved by Diabetes Management Programs

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