Rural Health Resources by Topic: Chronic disease management
The Burden of Chronic Diseases in Missouri: Progress and Challenges
Reports on burdens, trends, and disparities of chronic
disease in the state of Missouri. Includes discussion on
the impact of rurality on the rate of chronic disease,
healthcare coverage, and access to healthy food.
Date: 06/2013 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services view details
The Management of Chronic Diseases in Rural Missouri Practices
Reports the results of interviews with focus groups from rural healthcare
practices in Missouri describing the challenges of managing chronic disease
in small rural healthcare settings. Discusses the characteristics of rural
practices and the communities they serve.
Author(s): Maithe Enriquez, Jill Moormeier, William Lafferty Citation: Missouri Medicine, 109(3), 210-215 Date: 2012 Type: Document view details
Chronic Disease Management Systems (Registries) in Rural Health Care
Discusses the types of Chronic Disease Management Systems (CDMSs) used by a sample of 14 state organizations and 19 local rural clinics in Maine, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Carolina, Washington, and Wisconsin.
Author(s): Anne Skinner, Roslyn Fraser-Maginn, Keith J. Mueller Date: 05/2006 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis view details
Elements of Successful Rural Diabetes Management Programs
Discusses innovations implemented by rural chronic disease management programs, with a focus on diabetes management as a proxy for all chronic diseases. Explored how local innovations overcame challenges of the rural setting in order to provide effective and efficient disease management.
Author(s): Roslyn Fraser, Anne M. Skinner, Keith J. Mueller Date: 2006 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis view details