Do Patient or Provider Characteristics Impact Management of Diabetes?
Many more patient than provider characteristics are associated with optimal or poor glycemic control and treatment intensification when glycemic control is initially lost.
Effect of a Patient Panel-Support Tool on Care Delivery
A panel-support tool in a managed care setting improved the percentage of care recommendations met for patients with diabetes mellitus or cardiovascular disease.
Medical Care Costs Among Patients With Established Cardiovascular Disease
The economic burden of providing care to patients with cardiovascular disease, driven by secondary hospitalizations, may be substantially greater than current American Heart Association estimates.
Complications of Dysglycemia and Medical Costs Associated With Nondiabetic Hyperglycemia
This study showed that complications add significantly to
the cost of medical care when hyperglycemia levels were
below the threshold for diabetes, and impaired glucose
tolerance independently contributed to costs.
Validating the Framingham Offspring Study Equations for Predicting Incident Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes mellitus (DM) prediction equations developed by the Framingham Offspring Study were validated, but the point score underestimated DM risk in an HMO population.
Slow Response to Loss of Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Understanding Changes in Primary Care Clinicians' Satisfaction From Depression Care Activities During Adoption of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
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