care, we're really not doing chronic disease management justice.”. ... Dr. Wakeman likened the epidemic of opioid addiction to HIV, another disease that was once given insufficient attention.
It's the second most prevalent rheumatic disease after fibromyalgia; rheumatoid arthritis is third. ... In about 4% to 5% of cases, the disease eventually progresses to lymphoma.
As practices use EHRs more extensively for chronic disease management, automation of electronic queries and reports becomes an important means to ensure that patients receive follow-up.
It also gives physicians a chance to check whether the patient is developing more subtle manifestations of cerebrovascular disease, such as cognitive dysfunction. ... There's a relationship between waist and visceral adiposity and stroke and heart disease
A significant number of patients with chronic sinusitis can have aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease. ... The diagnosis and management of sinusitis: a practice parameter update. J Allergy Clin Immunol.
and disease management files, and notes. ... Margo Williams, MHA, CMPE, is a senior associate in ACP's Department of Medical Practice, which provides ACP members with resources related to practice management, compliance, and health information technology.
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
It's a disease in which genetic and environmental factors combine in ways that are still poorly understood. ... Patients, clinicians, employers, and insurers would all welcome improved approaches for risk prediction, prevention and disease management.
Propeller Health takes a similar sensor-plus-app approach to chronic respiratory disease management. ... that they think use of such devices for chronic disease management is worth the price," Dr.
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.