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Letter: Candidates should address chronic disease
April 22, 2016  Wisconsin State Journal By: Gina Dennik-Champion   Chronic disease deserves more attention this election. The presidential candidates need to address how they will
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Apr 22,2016
SHARING REBATES ON DIABETES MEDICINES COULD SAVE PEOPLE WITH DIABETES $3.7 BILLION A YEAR
  A new study finds that passing along rebates and discounts directly to patients at the pharmacy counter could save individuals with diabetes $3.7 billion per year, or $791 per person if the full rebate is shared. Despite passing along the entire rebate to the people
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Apr 19,2016
FACT: Healthy Behavior and Better Treatment Critical to Lowering Health Care Costs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      New research uncovers potential for 16 million saved lives, $6.3 trillion in savings Washington, D.C. (April 19, 2016) The impact of chronic disease ripples throughout each state across the country. New research commissioned by the Partnership to
Press release
Apr 18,2016
Overview of new research on the burden of chronic disease in the next 15 years
Chronic diseases impose substantial clinical and economic burden on the United States. New research commissioned by the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease shows that, over the next 15 years, continuing investment in the promotion of healthy behaviors and development of better treatments for
In the news
Apr 13,2016
One View: Candidates must address health policy questions
April 5, 2016  Reno Gazette-Journal Tom McCoy   Think about the people who live on your street or apartment building, the people you see every day. According to the averages, the majority of them – 54 percent of Nevadans according to
In the news
Apr 12,2016
Time to put the candidates on the spot about health care
March 31, 2016  The Tampa Tribune By: Candace Dematteis   Even after Floridians get a breather from the nonstop intensity of the presidential primary, we should never forget the important role
OP-ED
Mar 31,2016
The Unsung Success of a Diabetes Prevention Program
The New York Times Aaron E. Carroll  March 30, 2016 More than 86 million people, including 22 million people 65 or older, have pre-diabetes, which increases their risk of heart disease, strokes or diabetes. As we’ve watched that number grow, it has somehow felt that despite
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Mar 30,2016
Your Views: Politicians must focus more on fighting chronic diseases
March 29, 2016  The Janesville Gazette By: Arthur Taggart   There are alarming statistics on the prevalence of chronic disease in Wisconsin from The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease. It is clear to me that our
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Mar 29,2016
My View: Demand health care details from candidates
March 25, 2016  Tallahassee Democrat By: Candace Dematteis   Even after Floridians get a breather from the nonstop intensity of the presidential primary, we should never forget the important role this state will
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Mar 25,2016
How will you fight the rise of chronic illness?
March 23, 2016  The Gazette  By: Jim Henter   Many political analysts are describing this year’s election as a crossroads moment. You can make a case that this is true on a number of issues, from the Supreme Court to foreign policy to the environment. It’s important
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Mar 23,2016

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