Diabetes prevalence, process of care and outcomes in relation to practice size, caseload and deprivation: national cross-sectional study in primary care.

@article{Millett2007DiabetesPP,
  title={Diabetes prevalence, process of care and outcomes in relation to practice size, caseload and deprivation: national cross-sectional study in primary care.},
  author={Christopher J. Millett and Josip Car and Darren Eldred and Kamlesh Khunti and Arch G. Mainous and Azeem Majeed},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={100 6},
  pages={275-83}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the association between practice list size, deprivation and the quality of care of patients with diabetes. DESIGN Population-based cross-sectional study using Quality and Outcomes Framework data. SETTING England and Scotland. PARTICIPANTS 55,522,778 patients and 8970 general practices with 1,852,762 people with diabetes. INTERVENTIONS None. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Seventeen process and surrogate outcome measures of diabetes care. RESULTS The prevalence of diabetes… CONTINUE READING

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