Disease Management Digest, September 12, 2013
September 12, 2013  Volume X, Issue 6

  1. 5 Percent of U.S. Children, Teens Classified as 'Severely Obese'

  2. New Study Evaluates Existing Diabetes Guidelines and Potentially Supportive Laws

  3. New Chart: What's Required Training for the Care Transition Team?

  4. U.S. Faces Crisis in Cancer Care Due to Aging Population, Rising Costs

  5. Teacher-Delivered Intervention Program Promoting Healthy Lifestyles May Prevent High-risk Teens from Becoming Obese

  6. Q&A: How Do Registries Utilize Electronic Records to Collect Data Fields Without Needing to Manually Monitor High-Risk Patients?

  7. American Diabetes Association and Voxiva Join Forces to Help Diabetics Improve Health by Using Cell Phones

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Medicare Pioneer ACO Year One — Lessons from a Top-Performer

  9. Replacing Connector in IV System in Patients with Central Lines Could Reduce Bloodstream Infections

  10. Infographic: America, Land of the Obese

  11. Individual Financial Incentives, Not Practice-Level Incentives, Result in Greater Blood Pressure Control

  12. 3 Ways to Use Registries to Close Care Gaps

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