A new year and a new name for our Department
If you are looking for Chronic Disease Management, you have found the new us! We have been busy over these past few months preparing a new 2014 class roster as well as getting a new department name! We are excited to announce our new name Health Management and Education,which better reflects the full range of services and work performed in the department.
With our new name comes a new website address livinghealthy.ucdavis.edu so please take a moment to save the link into your favorites.
While you are here take a few minutes to see the new learning opportunities such as Honor Yourself: Advance Care Planning & More (click on classes on the left side to see all of the new offerings). Thanks for stopping by our website
Welcome to Health Management and Education!
Our goal is to provide you with helpful information that empowers you to better manage your health. It is our belief that the more you know, the better you can manage the everyday challenges you encounter with your chronic condition(s).
Because our team recognizes the central role you have in managing your day in, day out health care, we provide two approaches to support and empower you:
• Care Management and Coordination: To help you manage your chronic condition(s) during times of challenge, our experienced care manager team offers telephonic support and guidance as you transition between emergency or hospital care, your primary care office, and your home. They offer you support and coaching as you care for yourself at home.
• Self-Management Education: Our team of educators offers interactive health classes and individual appointments aimed at helping you develop specific self-management skills, improve your chronic condition(s), and optimize your overall health status.
We welcome you to browse through our site where you can learn about chronic conditions, view our classes and/or contact us for more information.
Online learning : Links to interactive Emmi® Online learning portal
These interactive, web-based programs, allow you to learn about a specific condition at your own pace.
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