Health Coach Huddle, December 2011
December 2011 Volume IV, Issue 8

  1. Telephone Coaching Weight Loss Program as Effective as In-Person Coaching

  2. Lab-Based Wellness Program Alerts 1 in 3 Participants to Chronic Disease Risks

  3. New Chart: Top Opportunities to Improve Medication Adherence

  4. BMI, Waist Size Signal Cardiovascular Risks in Preschoolers

  5. New Health Coach Profile: Meet Kathy Larson

  6. Q&A: Is Text Messaging Effective in Communicating with Patients?
    (open access until January 7.)

  7. Health Coaching Provider Selects New EHR Solution to Improve Workplace Wellness

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Healthcare Trends in 2012 — Eighth Annual Strategic Industry Forecast

  9. CMS Awarding Up to $1 Billion for Innovative Ways to Deliver Better Health

  10. 6 ADA Guidelines to Transition Diabetes Patients into Adulthood

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