Patients becoming more involved with care of chronic conditions

March 2011
State Health Watch;Mar2011, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p8
The article focuses on programs in chronic disease self-management in U.S. states that are available to individuals with chronic conditions. According to Sue Lachenmayr, program associate at the Center for Healthy Aging, it is important for Medicaid directors and providers of services to the chronically ill to know more about the Stanford Patient Education Research Center's Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. Judy R. Simon, nutrition and health promotion programs manager, explains the Living Well: Take Charge of Your Health program.


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