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New Demands On Disease Management Programs

What are the new demands on disease management programs? Which regulatory agencies are responsible for these demands? Are there risks to the demands and are there behavior limitations to these management programs? In your discussion, provide examples of two successful Disease Management Programs from real life. Why were these programs successful? Can they be replicated in other settings? What are the challenges to replication? Include two APA citations

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What are the new demands on disease management programs? Which regulatory agencies are responsible for these demands? Are there risks to the demands and are there behavior limitations to these management programs? In your discussion, provide examples of two successful Disease Management Programs from real life. Why were these programs successful? Can they be replicated in other settings? What are the challenges to replication? Include two APA citations
1. What are the new demands on disease management programs?
Disease management programs are designed to produce specific outcomes, which include improving patients' clinical condition, lowering cost, and improving patient's quality of life (Menon, 2012). Focusing on health care needs as a set of conditions not as one specific disease is one of the new demands on DM. Because patient's illness may incorporate more than one disease, disease management programs need to improve by focusing on more than one disease to improve the quality of healthcare. The second is the new health care demands from baby boomers. "The leading edge of the "junior seniors" has already crossed the threshold of their 55th year, and by sheer weight of numbers they're beginning to reverse a decade's worth of shrinking utilization rates as the creaks and groans of middle age begin to turn to higher rates of disease" (Carrol, 2012).

2. Which regulatory agencies are responsible for these demands?
Disease Management Organizations (DMO) are comprised of educated, licensed, and or certified employees who integrate their action in accordance with sponsors, Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) and Federal ...

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