Health Coach Huddle, February 2014
February 2014 Volume VI, Issue 2

  1. FDA Launches First Public Education Campaign to Prevent, Reduce Youth Tobacco Use

  2. New Report Tracking Behavioral Health Shows Improvement in Pain Prescription Abuse

  3. Can Obesity in Men Dictate Future Colon Screenings?

  4. Mediterranean Diet Linked to Lower Heart Disease Risk Among Young U.S. Workers

  5. New Chart: Who Conducts Home Visits?

  6. Q&A: How Does a Health Coach Determine the Patient's Values?

  7. Managing Risk in Population Health Management

  8. HINfographic: 12 Questions to Measure Population Health Management

  9. CVS Caremark to Stop Selling Tobacco at all CVS/Pharmacy Locations

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

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