5 Tips for Managing Your Child's Chronic Disease

Posted by The Engaged Patient

Jul 19, 2017 5:13:57 PM

As a parent or caregiver of a child, you may have questions or need support. Here are 5 of the best tips for managing your child’s chronic disease or illness.

Navigating our disjointed healthcare system is hard enough. But when you are caring for a child who has a chronic disease or condition, it can get overwhelming really fast. The following tips can help.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, family health, healthy living, health tips

Let's Talk About Incontinence

Posted by The Engaged Patient

May 4, 2017 9:10:56 AM

Incontinence is the involuntary loss of bladder control. It can affect both men and women and there are different types, causes, symptoms, and treatments.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, chronic care management (CCM), care coordination, patients

Fit Seniors: Is Age Really Just a Number?

Posted by The CareSync Team

Apr 26, 2017 3:11:00 PM

Think you're too old to exercise? Think it's too late to start trying? We know a 78-year-old record-setting weightlifter who might tell you otherwise.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, chronic care management (CCM), healthy living, care coordination, patients, fitness & exercise, older adult, aging, strength, functional capacity

The Fight Against Cancer

Posted by The CareSync Team

Feb 13, 2017 9:20:00 AM

According to the American Cancer Society, cancer accounts for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths. In just this year alone, approximately 600,920 Americans are expected to die of cancer. That’s a sobering statistic that translates to about 1,650 people per day. But there are steps you can take to prevent certain cancers, and the dangerous impact of some cancers can be lessened with proper screenings and early detection.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, chronic care management (CCM), care coordination, patients, observances & holidays

Heart Health + Kidney Health = A Perfect Pair

Posted by The CareSync Team

Feb 9, 2017 5:14:50 PM

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, everyone’s talking about the happy, healthy pairings that make life sweeter. So we decided it was a great time to remind you of another dynamic duo that works hard to keep you happy and healthy for life: your kidneys and heart.

Like peanut butter and jelly or Romeo and Juliet, your heart and kidneys make the perfect pair. It’s a long-term relationship that seems to suggest everything is better together.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, healthy living, care coordination, health tips, heart health

6 Steps Toward a Healthier 2017

Posted by The CareSync Team

Dec 20, 2016 2:30:54 PM

As you’ve been scrambling around getting shopping done, putting up decorations, and planning holiday dinners, the end of the year has been sneaking up on you. Don’t let all that planning and activity juggling get in the way of one of the most important things you can do for yourself before the year runs out: make your 2017 New Year’s Resolution List.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, diabetes, chronic care management (CCM), care coordination, patients, observances & holidays, CareSync

What Did You Do for American Diabetes Month?

Posted by The CareSync Team

Nov 30, 2016 4:31:51 PM

American Diabetes Month is coming to a close. The theme of this year's observance was very personal as the one in 11 Americans afflicted with diabetes were invited to share their stories about living with the disease through social media and #thisisdiabetes. There were stories of parents caring for children, individuals responding to a crisis, everyday management tips, images of healthy meals, and endless stories by loved ones who were champions for a grandmother or father or neighbor with the disease.

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Topics: chronic conditions, health conditions, diabetes, chronic care management (CCM), care coordination, patients, observances & holidays, CareSync

Concerned About Osteoporosis?: 5 Tips for Better Bone Health

Posted by Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

May 17, 2016 4:09:02 PM

We don’t usually think of them this way, but our bones are living tissue. They change throughout our lives. When bones are healthy, they are constantly renewing themselves by breaking down old bone and building up new bone. But when age or other factors cause our bones to break down faster than they can be replaced, our bones begin to weaken. This can lead to loss of bone mass, or osteoporosis.

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Topics: chronic conditions, healthy living, patients, health tips, fitness & exercise

How a Rare Disease Inspired the Creation of a Patient-Centric Healthcare Solution

Posted by Mark Nalywajko

Apr 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

One-on-One with Amy Gleason: Part 1

You’ve often heard the phrase: "Necessity is the mother of all invention." That couldn’t be more true for one of CareSync’s Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Registered Nurse, Amy Gleason. Here, Amy will share the personal story of her daughter’s rare condition that led to the invention of CareSync, a clinical care coordination company that is focused on patient-centric solutions for people with chronic illnesses. Later in the series, she will discuss the following components of chronic care management including: requirements, insights 15 months in, struggles, overcoming obstacles, trends, the true value of CCM, and where she believes the future of healthcare is heading.

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Topics: chronic conditions, patient engagement, webinars, patient advocacy, medical records, medication & treatments, juvenile dermatomyositis, chronic care management (CCM), Medicare, mHealth, care coordination, patients, CCM compliance

Product Manager Field Research

Posted by Lisa Bond

Jun 25, 2015 1:09:25 PM

Hi!  I am a product manager at CareSync, and I love using it for my family.  We’re quite healthy, so aside from well visits and an ongoing ear infection the dog can’t shake, I haven’t had to use it for anything major.

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Topics: chronic conditions, share your health stories, diabetes

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