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The latest insights on kidney health management

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can be found in many common, over-the-counter cold, flu, and pain medications. Usually “safe when used as directed,” NSAIDs actually pose a risk for chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients.
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At Healthmap Solutions, we believe patient education is essential. The more patients know about CKD, the better they can understand and follow their provider’s recommended treatment plan.
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At Healthmap Solutions, we believe patient education is essential. The more patients know about CKD, the better they can understand and follow their provider’s recommended treatment plan.
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When implementing a healthcare program in a new geographical region, it is crucial to tailor solutions to meet the population’s needs, establish a local presence, and build relationships through consistent communication.
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In a new episode of the Becker’s Healthcare Podcast, Healthmap Solutions CEO Eric Reimer discusses the importance of health plan investment in kidney health management and the elements of a successful program.
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Tuesday, March 26th, marked a milestone for Healthmap Solutions with the official Grand Opening of our office in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. The local team of more than 70 employees gathered with Healthmap Executive Leadership and guests for the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at City View Plaza.
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How can kidney patients and their care partners play their part in avoiding unnecessary readmissions? In the following guide, we offer helpful tips for patients after discharge to help ensure a smooth, successful recovery and avoid a hospital readmission in the near future.
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Controlling your blood pressure is important for keeping your kidneys and heart healthy. If you have high blood pressure, your doctor may ask you to check your blood pressure at home and keep track of your results.
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Keeping your blood sugar controlled is important for keeping your kidneys and heart healthy. Writing down your blood glucose levels helps you and your doctor make sure your blood sugar is staying under control.
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