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Assessing the relationship between the level of pain control and patient satisfaction
Purpose The primary assessment tool used by hospitals to measure the outcomes of pain management programs is the 0–10 numerical pain rating scale. However, it is unclear if this assessment should beExpand
Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Improved Chronic Care Management for Diabetic Patients in an Urban Safety Net Ambulatory Care Clinic
Since the care of patients with multiple chronic diseases such as diabetes and depression accounts for the majority of health care costs, effective team approaches to managing such complex care inExpand
Guideline-specific management of atrial fibrillation
Each pharmacologic management strategy for atrial fibrillation has limitations and more research is needed to determine which agents are equally effective, yet safer alternatives. ProvidingExpand
A Multidisciplinary Diabetes Clinic Improves Clinical and Behavioral Outcomes in a Primary Care Setting
The percentage of adults achieving hemoglobin A1c goals less than 7% remains a challenge. The study objective was to evaluate effects of a multidisciplinary approach on behavioral outcomes and meanExpand
Clinical Outcomes of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Treated with Multiple Daily Injection (MDI) of Insulin—A Retrospective Cohort Analysis
Objective: We retrospectively analyzed clinical outcomesin type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) multiple daily injections (MDI) insulin therapy patients compared with non-MDI insulin therapy patients. MDIExpand