Does diabetes disease management save money and improve outcomes? A report of simultaneous short-term savings and quality improvement associated with a health maintenance organization-sponsored disease management program among patients fulfilling health employer data and information set criteria.

@article{Sidorov2002DoesDD,
  title={Does diabetes disease management save money and improve outcomes? A report of simultaneous short-term savings and quality improvement associated with a health maintenance organization-sponsored disease management program among patients fulfilling health employer data and information set criteria.},
  author={Jaan E. Sidorov and Robert D. Shull and Janet Tomcavage and Sabrina Girolami and Nadine Lawton and Ronald Harris},
  journal={Diabetes care},
  year={2002},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={684-9}
}
OBJECTIVE Little is known about the impact of disease management programs on medical costs for patients with diabetes. This study compared health care costs for patients who fulfilled health employer data and information set (HEDIS) criteria for diabetes and were in a health maintenance organization (HMO)-sponsored disease management program with costs for those not in disease management. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS We retrospectively examined paid health care claims and other measures of… CONTINUE READING
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