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IBD innovations

3 Innovations that People with IBD Will Want to Know About

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Three passionate researchers in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Disease have developed innovative solutions for problems related to the disease.
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How to Kill Pre-existing Condition Protections

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A.G. Jeff Sessions' letters to Congress outline the convoluted reasoning the DoJ is using to refuse to defend a legal assault on 3 key provisions of the ACA.
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The Powerful Benefits of Digital Self-Efficacy Support

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Research shows that Canary Health's Digital Self-Efficacy Support program, Better Choices, Better Health, improves lives and reduces costs.
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How to Fix Part B Drug Fail-First Policies that Harm Seniors

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Adding step-therapy to Medicare Advantage Part B drugs can delay access to effective medications putting patients at risk. 3 easy tweaks can mitigate the risk.

How Home Security Cameras Can Help with Senior Care

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If you’re caring for an aging parent or loved one in your home, you’re probably familiar with the tightrope walk of respecting their desire...
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4 Things Doctors Can Do to Improve Medication Adherence

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A new study found that 1/4 of patients say there have been times when they forgot to take some of their medications or took the wrong ones. Yet, less than 1 in 10 patients report medication adherence as a concern. Here are 4 steps physicians can take to improve medication adherence and get patients on the same page as their primary clinicians.
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Tips to Relieve Stress When Caring for an Elder

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Caring for an elder can be hard work and stressful, but human and digital help are available to help out. You don't have to go it alone.

This New Generation of Wearables Empowers People to Take Charge

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The newest wearable technology advances are empowering people to take control of their health and, ultimately, their lives—delivering care when and where they need it, without being confined to a hospital visit for treatment.
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Addiction is a Chronic Brain Disease, Not a Character Flaw

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We must apply clinical and payment models to the treatment of addiction that acknowledge that it is a chronic condition that requires treatment for months and sometimes years.

Are the Decisions You Make for Your Elderly Parents Biased?

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When making decisions for an elderly parent, are you making choices that they really want...or that you really want? Beware of Decision Maker Bias.