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EHRs Linked to Improved Care for Patients with Diabetes

The use of EHRs in clinical settings led to a decrease in ER visits and hospitalizations for patients with diabetes, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Kaiser Permanente researchers examined the medical … finish reading EHRs Linked to Improved Care for Patients with Diabetes

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Study Links Pairing of Value-Based Benefits and Disease Management to Better Results, Controlled Costs

Diabetes treatment is more effective when paired with both value-based benefit design and disease management programs, according to a joint study from Truven Health Analytics™ and the Florida Health Care Coalition. The study, Value-Based Design and Prescription Drug Utilization Patterns … finish reading Study Links Pairing of Value-Based Benefits and Disease Management to Better Results, Controlled Costs

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