Disease Management Digest, November 14, 2013
November 14, 2013  Volume X, Issue 15

  1. Asthma Poses Greater Risk for Overweight, Obese Adults During Colder Months

  2. UnitedHealth Group Launches Online Diabetes Prevention Program

  3. New Chart: Top Targeted Conditions for Medication Adherence Programs

  4. Deaths from Pancreatic Cancer Follow Racial Lines

  5. Automated Daily Texts Help Diabetics Treated in the ED to Control Disease

  6. Q&A: How Do Kaiser Permanente's Population Health Efforts Impact Patient Encounters?

  7. Stroke Patients Treated at Hospitals with Neurology Residency Programs More Likely to Get Life-Saving Clot-Busting Drugs

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Dual Eligibles — Closing Care Gaps and Engaging Members in Self-Management

  9. Female Doctors Twice as Likely to Screen Low-Risk Women for Cervical Cancer with HPV Test

  10. Infographic: The Skinny on Workplace Wellness

  11. APOL1 Gene Speeds Kidney Disease in African Americans

  12. How Taconic IPA Embedded Case Managers Risk-Stratify High-Risk, High-Cost Patients

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