Can a Chronic Care Model Collaborative Reduce Heart Disease Risk in Patients with Diabetes?

@article{Vargas2006CanAC,
  title={Can a Chronic Care Model Collaborative Reduce Heart Disease Risk in Patients with Diabetes?},
  author={Roberto B. Vargas and Carol M. Mangione and Steven M. Asch and Joan W Keesey and Mayde R Rosen and Matthias Schonlau and Emmett B. Keeler},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={215 - 222}
}
There is a need to identify effective practical interventions to decrease cardiovascular disease risk in patients with diabetes. We examine the impact of participation in a collaborative implementing the chronic care model (CCM) on the reduction of cardiovascular disease risk in patients with diabetes. Controlled pre- and postintervention study. Persons with diabetes receiving care at 13 health care organizations exposed to the CCM collaborative and controls receiving care in nonexposed sites… CONTINUE READING

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