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HealthLeaders
March 26, 2010
Nearly everyone agrees that prevention and healthy living can help slow the nation's healthcare cost spiral, but actually getting people interested in fitness has always been the problem. Wellness advocates and population health management officials say Congress took a small step toward a healthier nation by approving health reform.

WCVB TV
March 4, 2010
A Health Dialog member explains how his Health Coach changed his life in this segment from Better Living with Liz Walker

Reuters
March 3, 2010
New prostate cancer guidelines from the American Cancer Society stress more than ever the importance of informing men about the risks and benefits of early screening.

Hospitals & Health Networks
February 2010
Doctors and hospitals give patients the tools to actively share in making decisions about their care

BusinessWeek - By Catherine Arnst
Published November 12, 2009
Seven hundred billion dollars. That's a ballpark estimate of how much money is wasted in the U.S. medical system every single year...

Research report by David Veroff, MPP, Vice President of Evaluation Services is published in Benefits & Compensation Solutions

Mass High Tech 
August 21, 2009 
In the national debate over health insurance reform, Republicans and Democrats appear to agree on one thing only: the country needs to reduce the cost of health care…

Boston Business Journal 
August 21, 2009 
In the national debate over health insurance reform, Republicans and Democrats appear to agree on one thing only — the country needs to reduce the cost of health care…

New Hampshire Public Radio 
August 11, 2009 
Two U.S. senators saw the fruits of health care research at Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and say they are working to include the programs in health care...

Podcast – Health Leaders 
August 5, 2009 
Health Dialog’s Lance Lang is interviewed regarding Shared Decision-Making in a podcast featuring Health Dialog.

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