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Humana, National Council on Aging Partner in Stanford Pilot

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In what is being called an industry first, a national health insurer is offering the online self-management workshops piloted by Stanford University, designed as part of its chronic care management solution. Humana Inc.’s Humana Cares national complex and chronic care management division is partnering with the National Council on Aging to make Stanford University’s online Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) available.

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