by Ellen Ruppel Shell | Atlantic Monthly | May 1, 2000

The toll of asthma continues to increase, despite important advances in diagnosis and treatment.”

Dr. Michael Rich, Director of Video Intervention/Prevention Assessment (VIA), at CMCH has “devoted himself to helping his patients chronicle their experience with asthma by giving them camcorders and asking them to make video diaries.

From analyzing the videotapes, Rich has seen reasons for noncompliance with disease management: “Asthma is not the number-one issue in the lives of a lot of my patients. They’’ve got other concerns.”

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