Disease management interventions: what's in the black box?

@article{Linden2004DiseaseMI,
  title={Disease management interventions: what's in the black box?},
  author={Ariel Linden and Nancy Roberts},
  journal={Disease management : DM},
  year={2004},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={275-91}
}
In discussing evaluation techniques to assess disease management (DM) program outcomes, it is often assumed that DM program interventions are premised on sound clinical judgment, an understanding of the disease process, and knowledge of the psychosocial models of behavioral change that must be used to effect those processes and ultimately improve the health outcomes that are being evaluated. This paper describes eight commonly used behavioral change models applied in the healthcare industry… CONTINUE READING

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