How digital health can increase patient engagement…..

How digital health can increase patient engagement…..

By CDM Plus CEO - Jane Calligeros Patient engagement and patient self-management are two terms thrown around in Chronic Disease Management a lot.  Healthcare providers and health tech companies may finally be on the same page, they are both trying to improve health...

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3 Must have Chronic Disease Management Resources for 2020!!!

3 Must have Chronic Disease Management Resources for 2020!!!

CDM Plus is all about Chronic Disease Management.  We’ve found the easiest way to get your practice team on the same page is to implement a set of systems and processes and to do that you will need a documented process that your team can follow and resources that the...

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A Home Medicine Review could save your patient’s life!

A Home Medicine Review could save your patient’s life!

Jane Calligeros, Founder and CEO CDM Plus A Home Medicine Review could literally save your patient’s life!  It’s not something I’d say about Care Plans or Health Assessments or pretty much any other kind of Chronic Disease Management activity.  Like all things of...

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Top 3 Chronic Disease Management activities

Top 3 Chronic Disease Management activities

  Jane Calligeros, Founder and CEO CDM Plus Chronic Disease Management is all about the Review!  That’s right.  You heard it here first.  It’s all about the Care Plan Review.  We can prepare the most detailed Care Plan with a patient that has a chronic condition,...

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NACCHO Conference 2018 “Investing in What Works”

NACCHO Conference 2018 “Investing in What Works”

  CDM Plus attended the NACCHO Members Conference “Investing in What Works” in Brisbane November 2018. NACCHO is the national peak body representing 145 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across the country on Aboriginal health and wellbeing...

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Why the first care plan is the most important

Why the first care plan is the most important

Nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers (AHWs) working in primary health care assist GPs to manage their patient’s chronic conditions every day.  The patient will usually see the nurse first to compile the information into a plan which is then reviewed by the doctor. ...

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