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- Tags: Hemoglobin A
Improved A1C and Lipid Profile in Patients Referred to Diabetes Education Programs in a Wide Health Care Network: A Retrospective Study.
Tags: 2014, Aged, Analysis of Variance, Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index, Brateanu Andrei, Cholesterol – Blood, Confidence Intervals, Course Content, Creatinine, Diabetes Education, Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Spectrum, Female, Glomerular Filtration Rate, Glycosylated, HDL Cholesterol – Blood, Hemoglobin A, Human, LDL Cholesterol – Blood, Lipoproteins, Liu Louisa, Male, McNemar's Test, Middle Age, Min Jie Lee, Multivariate Analysis of Variance, Outcome Assessment, P-Value, Paired T-Tests, Primary Health Care, Retrospective Design, Triglycerides – Blood, Two-Tailed Test, Type 2 – Drug Therapy, Type 2 – Therapy
Improving Chronic Disease Outcomes Through Medication Therapy Management in Federally Qualified Health Centers.
Tags: *Quality Improvement, 2017, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Antihypertensive Agents/*therapeutic use, Awad Magdi H, Blood Pressure, Chronic Disease – Drug Therapy, Chronic Disease – Therapy, Community Health Centers, Data Analysis Software, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Descriptive Research, Descriptive Statistics, Diabetes Education, Diabetes Mellitus – Therapy, Diabetes Mellitus/*drug therapy/metabolism, Female, Financing, Funding Source, Glasgow Kyle, Glycated Hemoglobin A/metabolism, Glycosylated, Government, Health Services, Hemoglobin A, Hornbeck Fox Carrie, Hospital/*methods, Human, Humans, Hypertension – Therapy, Hypertension/*drug therapy, Hypoglycemic Agents/*therapeutic use, Journal of primary care & community health, Male, Medically Underserved, Medication Management, medications, Middle Aged, Multicenter Studies, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Ohio, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Education as Topic, Pharmacists, Pharmacy, Pharmacy Service, Pilot Projects, Pilot Studies, Porter Brianne, primary care, Program Evaluation, Prospective Studies, Pryor Barbara, Referral and Consultation, Rodis Jennifer L, Self Care, Sevin Alexa, Young Adult
Evaluation of factors associated with achieving glycemic control in a pharmacist-managed diabetes clinic.
Tags: 2014, Ambulatory Care, Ambulatory Care/organization & administration, American journal of therapeutics, Blood Glucose – Drug Effects, Blood Glucose/drug effects, Boros Melanie L, Department of Internal Medicine, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Diabetes Mellitus, Dose-Response Relationship, Drug, Female, Follow-Up Studies, Frazee Lawrence A, Glycated Hemoglobin A/metabolism, Glycosylated – Metabolism, Hemoglobin A, Human, Humans, Hypoglycemic Agents – Administration and Dosage, Hypoglycemic Agents – Therapeutic Use, Hypoglycemic Agents/administration & dosage/*therapeutic use, Insulin – Administration and Dosage, Insulin – Therapeutic Use, Insulin/administration & dosage/therapeutic use, Kostoff Matthew D, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Moorman John M, NEOMED College of Medicine, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Services/*organization & administration, Pharmacists – Administration, Pharmacists/*organization & administration, Pharmacy Service – Administration, Prospective Studies, Retrospective Design, Retrospective Studies, Social Work – Statistics and Numerical Data, Social Work/statistics & numerical data, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes, Type 2 – Drug Therapy, Type 2/*drug therapy