Disease Management Digest, October 10, 2013
October 10, 2013  Volume X, Issue 10


  1. Less Invasive Surgery Detects Residual Breast Cancer in Lymph Nodes after Chemotherapy

  2. Use of Gloves, Gowns for All ICU Patient Contact Does Not Reduce Overall MRSA Rate

  3. New Table: 5 Reasons Bundled Payments Are Member-Friendly

  4. Johns Hopkins Awarded $2.1 Million to Improve Post-Hospital COPD Care

  5. Study: Delayed Aging Research Better Investment Than Cancer, Heart Disease

  6. Q&A: What Strategies Reach Populations and Increase Engagement in Health and Wellness Coaching?

  7. Combination of Anemia, High Altitudes Increases Risk of Poor Outcomes in Children with Pneumonia

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Improving Population Health with Embedded Case Managers in an Open, Multi-Payor Community

  9. Prostate Cancer Screening Has Little Benefit for Older Men, Yet Medicare Spending on Screenings is High

  10. HINfographic on Defining the Dually Eligible: 16 Things to Know for Population Health Management

  11. Could Depression Increase Parkinsonís Risk?

  12. Healthcare 3.0: Health Coaches Inspire Accountability at the Patient Level

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Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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