Health Coach Huddle, December 2013
December 2013 Volume V, Issue 19

  1. Tracking Exercise Associated with Weight Loss, Better Glucose Control for Patients

  2. Smartphone Apps Don't Help Smokers Quit: Study

  3. Healthy Behaviors Not Fully Regained in Areas Hit by Sandy

  4. Baptist Health System's Workplace Wellness Program Reduces Tobacco Use, Diabetes Claims

  5. HealthFitness Refines Population Health via Engagement, Tools and Technology

  6. Q&A: What is the Cost of Your Health Coach Training Program?

  7. Medical Home Neighborhoods: Uplinking Specialists To Create Integrated Systems of Care

  8. HINfographic: Risk-y Business – HRAs Take Temperature of Population Health

  9. Text Reminders Improve Medication Adherence

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

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