A new study finds positive effects from use of a mobile app to assist in diabetes care.
A study in JAMA Network Open looks at specialist physician care of patients with chronic diseases.
New research finds that comprehensive care management for children with chronic diseases made no difference in outcomes.
Dementia is a substantial and growing source of cost to the Medicare program.
Research in the New England Journal of Medicine focuses on whether hypertension control has a payback.
A Rand Corporation report once again demonstrates how a relatively small proportion of patients, typically with multiple chronic diseases, are responsible for much of total health spending.
The Commonwealth Fund issues a brief on designing a good health delivery system for complex, high-cost patients.
Research in Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology compares various care management delivery strategies.
A Centers for Disease Control brief examines geographic variation in the number of and spending on Medicare beneficiaries with six or more chronic conditions.
A study in Population Health Management finds that a telephone-based chronic disease management program had significant net savings.
From my home state of Minnesota comes a report revealing the shocking fact that people with chronic conditions have high health spending, doh!!
Our Congress is working together in harmony to address improvements in the management of chronic illnesses.
A Commonwealth Fund report analyzes the efficacy of various initiatives to better manage care for high-cost patients.
Research sponsored by the Commonwealth Fund and published in Health Affairs finds that primary care physicians around the world struggle with care management for patients with multiple chronic conditions.
The National Governor’s Association may seem like an odd place to get health information but it issues an interesting report on state efforts to manage complex patients.