Do disease management programs for patients with coronary heart disease make a difference? Experiences of nine practices.

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OBJECTIVE To observe the experience of 9 practice sites in implementing provider-defined disease management programs for coronary heart disease patients. STUDY DESIGN Observational study of provider-defined practice improvement programs. METHODS Practices chose from a variety of interventions that included provider- and patient-based disease management… (More)

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@article{Walsh2002DoDM, title={Do disease management programs for patients with coronary heart disease make a difference? Experiences of nine practices.}, author={Mary Norine Walsh and Ross J. Simpson and George J. Wan and Thomas Weiss and Charles M. Alexander and Leona E. Markson and Marc L Berger and Thomas Pearson}, journal={The American journal of managed care}, year={2002}, volume={8 11}, pages={937-46} }