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Suboptimal quality of type 2 diabetes care discovered through electronic feedback led to increased nurse-GP cooperation. A qualitative study

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Suboptimal quality of type 2 diabetes care discovered through electronic feedback led to increased nurse-GP cooperation. A qualitative study. / Guldberg, Trine Lignell; Vedsted, Peter; Lauritzen, Torsten et al.

I: Primary Care Diabetes, 2010.

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title = "Suboptimal quality of type 2 diabetes care discovered through electronic feedback led to increased nurse-GP cooperation. A qualitative study",
abstract = "AIM: To understand the influence of electronic feedback system (EFS) on providing type 2 diabetes care in general practice using a qualitative approach embedded in a randomized controlled trial. METHOD: All 160 general practitioners (GPs) randomized to receive EFS were invited. Thirteen GPs from two solo and two partnership practices were interviewed about their experience with the EFS which provided data on the quality of diabetes care in their practices. Data was analysed using a qualitative descriptive approach. RESULTS: All participants found the insight into the overall quality of their diabetes care beneficial. While the two solo practices reported of no changes, the EFS catalysed organisational changes in the two partnership practices by allocating a number of diabetes controls to nurses. Limited time and a lack of real-time data were main barriers towards using the system. CONCLUSION: EFS used at an overall level provided an overview of the diabetes population which made GPs aware of the need to improve the quality of diabetes care. The EFS influenced partnership practices, but not solo practices, to hire nurses and allocate parts of diabetes care to them. The findings are important in the interpretation of the effect of EFS.",
author = "Guldberg, {Trine Lignell} and Peter Vedsted and Torsten Lauritzen and Vibeke Zoffmann",
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T1 - Suboptimal quality of type 2 diabetes care discovered through electronic feedback led to increased nurse-GP cooperation. A qualitative study

AU - Guldberg, Trine Lignell

AU - Vedsted, Peter

AU - Lauritzen, Torsten

AU - Zoffmann, Vibeke

N1 - Copyright © 2010 Primary Care Diabetes Europe. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - AIM: To understand the influence of electronic feedback system (EFS) on providing type 2 diabetes care in general practice using a qualitative approach embedded in a randomized controlled trial. METHOD: All 160 general practitioners (GPs) randomized to receive EFS were invited. Thirteen GPs from two solo and two partnership practices were interviewed about their experience with the EFS which provided data on the quality of diabetes care in their practices. Data was analysed using a qualitative descriptive approach. RESULTS: All participants found the insight into the overall quality of their diabetes care beneficial. While the two solo practices reported of no changes, the EFS catalysed organisational changes in the two partnership practices by allocating a number of diabetes controls to nurses. Limited time and a lack of real-time data were main barriers towards using the system. CONCLUSION: EFS used at an overall level provided an overview of the diabetes population which made GPs aware of the need to improve the quality of diabetes care. The EFS influenced partnership practices, but not solo practices, to hire nurses and allocate parts of diabetes care to them. The findings are important in the interpretation of the effect of EFS.

AB - AIM: To understand the influence of electronic feedback system (EFS) on providing type 2 diabetes care in general practice using a qualitative approach embedded in a randomized controlled trial. METHOD: All 160 general practitioners (GPs) randomized to receive EFS were invited. Thirteen GPs from two solo and two partnership practices were interviewed about their experience with the EFS which provided data on the quality of diabetes care in their practices. Data was analysed using a qualitative descriptive approach. RESULTS: All participants found the insight into the overall quality of their diabetes care beneficial. While the two solo practices reported of no changes, the EFS catalysed organisational changes in the two partnership practices by allocating a number of diabetes controls to nurses. Limited time and a lack of real-time data were main barriers towards using the system. CONCLUSION: EFS used at an overall level provided an overview of the diabetes population which made GPs aware of the need to improve the quality of diabetes care. The EFS influenced partnership practices, but not solo practices, to hire nurses and allocate parts of diabetes care to them. The findings are important in the interpretation of the effect of EFS.

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DO - 10.1016/j.pcd.2010.01.001

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C2 - 20096659

JO - Primary Care Diabetes

JF - Primary Care Diabetes

SN - 1751-9918

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