Friday, April 29, 2011

Disease Management and Wellness in the Post-Reform Era (book) Is Out!

Check it out
Interested where population-based disease management is going?  Want to learn about its role in wellness programs and the medical home?  Are you curious about the impact of behavioral economics, Medicare's quest for value, out vs. insourcing, behavior change and social media?  Are you wondering why the term "disease management" just won't go away?  Do you thirst for even more Disease Management Care Blog blathering?

If the answer to any of those questions is "yes," then you may want to buy the just-released 164 page book Disease Management and Wellness in the Post-Reform Era.  There are 15 insightful and individually authored chapters that will yield insights on topics that range from the medical loss ratio, consumer incentives, return on investment, Medicare Advantage and worksite wellness.  Chapter 8 on "Social Networking and Population Based Health Management" is a particular DMCB fav.

No company library, office bookshelf, C-suite desk, wish list, office reception area, summer reading list, bridal registry, night stand, cubicle, bathroom or porta john is complete without it.  You can also order through Amazon (though it looks like we'll have to wait for the Kindle edition).

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