Using old technology to implement modern computer-aided decision support for primary diabetes care

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BACKGROUND Implementation rates of interventions known to be beneficial for people with diabetes mellitus are often suboptimal. Computer-aided decision support systems (CDSSs) can improve these rates. The complexity of establishing a fully integrated electronic medical record that provides decision support, however, often prevents their use. OBJECTIVE To… (More)

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@article{Hunt2001UsingOT, title={Using old technology to implement modern computer-aided decision support for primary diabetes care}, author={Dereck L. Hunt and R. Brian Haynes and Douglas Morgan}, journal={Proceedings. AMIA Symposium}, year={2001}, pages={274-8} }