Effective population management practices in diabetes care - an observational study

Anne Frølich, Jim Bellows, Bo Friis Nielsen, Per B. Brockhoff, Martin Hefford

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    Abstract

    Of fifteen diabetes care management practices, our data indicate that high performance is most associated with provider alerts and more weakly associated with action plans and with guideline distribution and training. Lack of convergence in the literature on effective care management practices suggests that factors contributing to high performance may be highly context-dependent or that the factors involved may be too numerous or their implementation too nuanced to be reliably identified in observational studies.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalB M C Health Services Research
    Volume10
    Pages (from-to)277
    ISSN1472-6963
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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