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Improved quality of Type 2 diabetes care following electronic feedback of treatment status to general practitioners: a cluster randomized controlled trial

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Improved quality of Type 2 diabetes care following electronic feedback of treatment status to general practitioners: a cluster randomized controlled trial. / Guldberg, T L; Vedsted, P; Kristensen, J. K. et al.

I: Diabetic Medicine, Bind 28, Nr. 3, 01.03.2011, s. 325-32.

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abstract = "Diabet. Med. 28, 325-332 (2011) ABSTRACT: Aims  To evaluate the effect of an electronic feedback system to general practitioners on quality of Type 2 diabetes care. Methods  A cluster randomized, controlled trial with 15 months follow-up. Eighty-six general practices (158 general practioners) in a Danish county caring for 2458 people 40-70 years old with Type 2 diabetes were randomized to receive or not to receive electronic feedback on quality of care. People with Type 2 diabetes were identified using a validated algorithm. Primary end-points were processes of care according to guidelines on prescriptions redeemed for Type 2 diabetes treatments, measuring of glycated haemoglobin and cholesterol and visits to ophthalmologists. Secondary end-points were changes in level of glycated haemoglobin and serum cholesterol. Data were analysed using generalized linear models accounting for clustering at practice level. Results  During follow-up, people with Type 2 diabetes in the intervention group more often redeemed recommended prescriptions than people in the control group, respectively, as follows: oral antidiabetic treatment (32.8 vs. 12.0%, P = 0.002), insulin treatment (33.8 vs. 12.4%, P ",
author = "Guldberg, {T L} and P Vedsted and Kristensen, {J. K.} and Torsten Lauritzen",
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language = "English",
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T1 - Improved quality of Type 2 diabetes care following electronic feedback of treatment status to general practitioners: a cluster randomized controlled trial

AU - Guldberg, T L

AU - Vedsted, P

AU - Kristensen, J. K.

AU - Lauritzen, Torsten

N1 - © 2011 The Authors. Diabetic Medicine © 2011 Diabetes UK.

PY - 2011/3/1

Y1 - 2011/3/1

N2 - Diabet. Med. 28, 325-332 (2011) ABSTRACT: Aims  To evaluate the effect of an electronic feedback system to general practitioners on quality of Type 2 diabetes care. Methods  A cluster randomized, controlled trial with 15 months follow-up. Eighty-six general practices (158 general practioners) in a Danish county caring for 2458 people 40-70 years old with Type 2 diabetes were randomized to receive or not to receive electronic feedback on quality of care. People with Type 2 diabetes were identified using a validated algorithm. Primary end-points were processes of care according to guidelines on prescriptions redeemed for Type 2 diabetes treatments, measuring of glycated haemoglobin and cholesterol and visits to ophthalmologists. Secondary end-points were changes in level of glycated haemoglobin and serum cholesterol. Data were analysed using generalized linear models accounting for clustering at practice level. Results  During follow-up, people with Type 2 diabetes in the intervention group more often redeemed recommended prescriptions than people in the control group, respectively, as follows: oral antidiabetic treatment (32.8 vs. 12.0%, P = 0.002), insulin treatment (33.8 vs. 12.4%, P 

AB - Diabet. Med. 28, 325-332 (2011) ABSTRACT: Aims  To evaluate the effect of an electronic feedback system to general practitioners on quality of Type 2 diabetes care. Methods  A cluster randomized, controlled trial with 15 months follow-up. Eighty-six general practices (158 general practioners) in a Danish county caring for 2458 people 40-70 years old with Type 2 diabetes were randomized to receive or not to receive electronic feedback on quality of care. People with Type 2 diabetes were identified using a validated algorithm. Primary end-points were processes of care according to guidelines on prescriptions redeemed for Type 2 diabetes treatments, measuring of glycated haemoglobin and cholesterol and visits to ophthalmologists. Secondary end-points were changes in level of glycated haemoglobin and serum cholesterol. Data were analysed using generalized linear models accounting for clustering at practice level. Results  During follow-up, people with Type 2 diabetes in the intervention group more often redeemed recommended prescriptions than people in the control group, respectively, as follows: oral antidiabetic treatment (32.8 vs. 12.0%, P = 0.002), insulin treatment (33.8 vs. 12.4%, P 

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DO - 10.1111/j.1464-5491.2010.03178.x

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VL - 28

SP - 325

EP - 332

JO - Diabetic Medicine

JF - Diabetic Medicine

SN - 0742-3071

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