A PCMH is a practice with enhanced care coordination and disease management, and official designation, which follows a rigorous certification process, is granted by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
Mehrotra said. Because of insufficient data, ACP currently recommends against chronic and complex disease management in these clinics and stresses that more research is needed. ... ACP recommends controlled research into the safety, efficacy, and
on whether there is a need for any changes in disease management.”. ... Bryant. Milder cases of lupus may offer internists an opportunity to take the lead in disease management, said Deana Lazaro, MD, chief of the rheumatology section at the VA New
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.
Market consolidation drives innovation, the North Dakotans said. The Commonwealth Fund report's authors were particularly impressed by a successful BCBS pilot of chronic disease management and medical homes. ... Under the pilot, primary care physicians
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.
We found our complementary practitioners were much more successful in helping people sleep than our practitioners who were doing the cutting-edge chronic disease management or the more allopathic care,” said ... Mr. Dahlborg. “On the other hand, the
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.
University of California-San Diego psychologist whose work focuses on patient self-management in diabetes. ... Mead suggested. Patients who've become more engaged in their own illness management tend to adhere more to treatment and prepare more for the
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