A Chronic Disease Self-Management Program and Its Evaluation Tool: A Case Study
Type of Culminating Activity
Master of Science in Health Science, Health Policy
Sarah R. Cox
Chronic diseases are among the most expensive types of conditions to manage in the health care system. This study examines chronic disease self-management in the current health care system, its costs, and why some programs are successful in managing chronic disease and reducing costs. For the purpose of this paper, chronic disease self-management programs shall be referred to as chronic disease management programs, as all programs studied were self-management programs.
Hatfield, Lisa L., "A Chronic Disease Self-Management Program and Its Evaluation Tool: A Case Study" (2000). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 1208.