Health Coach Huddle, May 2014
May 2014 Volume VI, Issue 5

  1. Blood Pressure Control, Lifestyle Changes Key to Preventing Subsequent Strokes

  2. Mobile Health Apps Lack Behavior-Change Techniques
  3. Marijuana Use May Increase Heart Complications in Young, Middle-Aged Adults
  4. Mayo Clinic Launches Healthy Living Program to Help People Achieve, Sustain Wellness
  5. New Chart: Identifying Candidates for Palliative Care
  6. Q&A: What Are Medical Fitness Coaches and What is Their Role in Primary Care?
  7. HCSC’s Community Behavioral Health Links Essential to Duals Care Coordination
  8. Personalized Counseling, Community Support Help Diabetics Manage Weight, Control Medication
  9. HINfographic: 12 Questions to Guide a Physician Compensation Strategy
  10. What’s Your Motivational Interviewing Communication Style?

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