SPOTLIGHT: Designing smart disease management programs

Designing smart disease management programs
Disease management programs may indeed save money. But if the vendors, providers and insurers involved in trialing such programs aren't smart about which patients they include, the whole effort could be little more than an exercise in frustration, suggests Scott MacStravic, PhD. Luckily, it's possible to set up programs that make financial and clinical sense, if they're tailored to individual patients, MacStravic says. Article

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