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Diagnosing a disorder with few symptoms

In-hospital management of this type of hypercalcemia includes replacement of fluids and bisphosphonates. ... NIH conference. Diagnosis and management of asymptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism: consensus development conference statement.
March 2012

Shared visits improve access, productivity and satisfaction

Two additional group visit models were developed by psychologist Edward Noffsinger, PhD, vice president of shared medical appointments and group-based disease management at Harvard Vanguard. ... disease self-management skills, and he wanted to integrate
October 2009

What's new in other College publications

Effect of Varying Levels of Disease Management on Smoking Cessation: A Randomized Trial. ... Menopause. Differences in Control of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes by Race, Ethnicity, and Education.
April 2009

Chronic disease model helps improve smoking cessation efforts

Where: Minneapolis-St. Paul. The Issue: To devise a smoking cessation program based on chronic disease management principles rather than a one-time quit attempt. ... Dr. Joseph and her colleagues decided to test a smoking cessation treatment that would
July 2012

New thinking about Alzheimer's diagnosis

Grabowski. Also, be aware that cognitive impairment or dementia could be an underlying cause of sudden changes in chronic disease management, said Dr. ... Internists are well positioned to manage late-onset Alzheimer's, but patients showing symptoms of
November 2019

Chasms and comparisons covered by Carolyn Clancy

Clinic Summit, and Population Health and Disease Management Colloquium this week.
November 2020

Antidepressants no easy fix in primary care

Chang said. ACP Member Damara Gutnick, MD, said using the PHQ-9 in a depression collaborative for patients already part of chronic disease management at Bellevue Hospital in New York has ... Just as for other disease management programs, structured follow
January 2012

One expert's view on the prospects for reform

One expert's view on the prospects for reform. This week I'm attending the co-located National Medical Home Summit, National Retail Clinic Summit, and Population Health and Disease Management
November 2020

Feeding nutrition into your practice

1 risk factor for premature death, according to the report. And in primary care, the consequences of poor nutrition chronically manifest as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia. ... Kushner said. Nutrition counseling of this nature is
January 2017

QD: News Every Day--Insurance status affects length of stay for some hospitalized patients

Ambulatory care-sensitive conditions were defined as those conditions for which hospitalizations are thought to be avoidable through preventative care and early disease management: seizures; ear, nose and throat infections; chronic ... obstructive
November 2020

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