Disease Management Digest, November 15, 2012
November 15, 2012  Volume IX, Issue 17

  1. Minnesota Launches Interactive Diabetes Atlas

  2. Research Strengthens Link Between Obesity and Dental Health in Homeless Children

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

  4. Lack of Vitamin D Contributes to Pain in Black Americans with Knee Osteoarthritis

  5. Cardiac Bypass Superior to Non-Surgical Procedure for Adults with Diabetes and Heart Disease

  6. Infographic: Understanding the Diabetic Patient's Experience

  7. ACS Invites Smokers to Quit in 36th Annual Smokeout

  8. Advanced Illness Care Coordination: A Case Study on Aetna's Compassionate Care Program

  9. Gene Variations Linked to Lung Cancer Susceptibility in Asian Women

  10. ADHD Medicine Affects Brain's Reward System

  11. Florida Blue Applies PCMH Principle of Increased Access

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