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Guidelines for Counseling Women on the Management of Menopause

The Guidelines are designed for use by health plans and cliniciansin conjunction with the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) HEDIS® Management of Menopause measure. The Guidelines include: basic principles of patient counseling; topics to cover in menopause counseling; information on methods for managing symptoms and diseases of advancing age, such as coronary heart disease and osteoporosis; and resources for clinicians and women. The Guidelines were developed by the Jacobs Institute’s Expert Panel on Menopause Counseling. They are not clinical guidelines; instead, the focus is on informing women about options for managing menopausal symptoms and for preventing some of the diseases associated with aging. The Guidelines can assist clinicians in answering questions women have about treatment options, including the known benefits and risks of treatments and the strength of the evidence on those benefits and risks.
Guidelines for Counseling Women on the Management of Menopause
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Women s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action

The Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health and the American Association of Health Plans (AAHP) have co-published Women’s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action, A Report of Recommendations from the National Summit on Women’s Health and Managed Care. The Report offers health plans and clinicians ideas and strategies for improving services to women. The Report devotes a chapter to each of the following areas of women’s health: primary and preventive care, reproductive health, mental health, and chronic health conditions and the final chapter addresses issues of quality. Each chapter addresses specific issues, such as recommended levels of preventive care, and proposes solutions and potential partners that may assist health plans in providing women optimum care. Additional resources are also listed at the end of each chapter.
Women’s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action
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Women s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action

The Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health and the American Association of Health Plans (AAHP) have co-published Women’s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action, A Report of Recommendations from the National Summit on Women’s Health and Managed Care. The Report offers health plans and clinicians ideas and strategies for improving services to women. The Report devotes a chapter to each of the following areas of women’s health: primary and preventive care, reproductive health, mental health, and chronic health conditions and the final chapter addresses issues of quality. Each chapter addresses specific issues, such as recommended levels of preventive care, and proposes solutions and potential partners that may assist health plans in providing women optimum care. Additional resources are also listed at the end of each chapter.
Women’s Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action
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State Profiles on Women's Health

State Profiles outlines the status of women's health in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.  This comprehensive resource looks at variables ranging from family income and risk factors for illness to health care coverage and use of preventive services.  It is a must-have for anyone serious about the health of American women. 
State Profiles on Women's Health
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Women's Health Data Book - 3rd Edition

Chapters focus on: reproductive health - contraception, abortion, adoption, pregnancy, births, infertility infectious disease - STDs, HIV infection and AIDS chronic disease - cardiovascular disease, cancer, other chronic and disabling conditions mental health - depression, suicide, eating disorders, Alzheimer's disease use of alcohol, drugs, cigarettes violence against women - rape, battering, homicide, elder abuse women's access to the health care system - insurance coverage, access to services, lesbian health AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER, 2001
Women's Health Data Book - 3rd Edition
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Women's Health Issues (specify volume and issue no.)

Women's Health Issues is a unique interdisciplinary journal dedicated to examining and promoting excellence in women's health. It is a journal for health care professionals, social scientists, and policy makers concerned with the complex and diverse facets of women's health. Women's Health Issues is the official bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health. Members of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health receive a complimentary subscription (six issues).
Women's Health Issues
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Insights

The Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health is pleased to announce the publication of a special supplement to Women’s Health Issues containing Insights, a compilation of eight briefing papers designed to engage the reader in a discussion of women’s health and managed care. Whether you’ve read one of these reports or all eight, you know they are a valuable source of information for anyone covering the evolving health care marketplace. Now, for the first time, you can receive all eight reports in the Insights series as a single publication. Compiled by author, Julianna S. Gonen, PhD, they formed the basis for the Jacobs Institute’s landmark symposium series on women’s health and managed care. Topics include primary care, unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, mental health, Medicaid managed care, chronic conditions, and quality measurement in women’s health.
Insights - Summaries of the Jacobs Institute's Women's Health and Managed Care Symposia Series
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