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The guidance seeks to reduce the risk of substance use disorder while providing effective pain management for chronic pain patients.

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The program integrates clinical pharmacists and teleretinal screenings into routine primary care, in addition to using peer mentorship and a mobile app for diabetes management.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced new payment models through the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to promote high-quality, coordinated care for patients with chronic kidney disease.

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Also last week, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions advanced the bipartisan Lower Health Care Costs Act and the House Committee on Ways and Means marked up five Medicare-focused bills.

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The House also will mark up a dozen bills aimed at lowering health care and prescription drug costs. House and Senate committees move forward on work to address surprise billing.

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A new Health Affairs article links onsite wraparound services to a reduction in hospitalizations and emergency department visits at association member Eskenazi Health.

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A home-based kidney care model piloted by University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center researchers improved health outcomes for the Zuni Native American tribe.

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Senate Republicans stay focused on a strategy to repeal and replace the ACA; committees hold hearings on public health, Medicare, and chronic conditions.

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Health care professionals who provide chronic care management services often are not aware they are eligible for separate payments under Medicare Part B.

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The agency said patients who receive communication, counseling, or monitoring remotely for cardiovascular and respiratory disease experienced improved outcomes.

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The hospital has received a $3.5 million grant to research the effectiveness of virtual technology for diabetes self-management among vulnerable women.

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With a grant from the American Medical Association, UCSF is modernizing medical education with an innovative new curriculum focused more on the patient experience.

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The study found that 5 percent of Medicaid-only enrollees consistently accounted for almost half of the total expenditures.

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The principles highlight the generally agreed-upon elements of current evidence-based diabetes care, including management and prevention.

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Harris Health System has developed a quick triage model and best practices to care for a growing number of acute-care dialysis patients in the Houston area.

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Memorial Healthcare System's Health Intervention with Targeted Services Program used targeted education, preventive care, and eligibility assistance to enroll uninsured and underinsured patients, reduce uncompensated care costs, and increase revenue.

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Researchers at UC San Diego found that incorporating a dedicated website and text messaging into the care of adolescent patients with chronic diseases improved disease management and self-efficacy and helped patients take control of their own health care.

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Research Associate Janelle Schrag recounts interviews with four essential hospitals about their chronic disease programs.

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