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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
•  An Initial Evaluation of Medication Therapy Management MTM Services in the Upper Midwest Region
Improving Diabetes Outcomes through Integrated Care
Principal Investigator William Doucette
Project Title Improving Diabetes Outcomes through Integrated Care
Grants Awarded Number 3
Status Grant Complete, 2006
Organization University of Iowa College of Pharmacy
Location Iowa City, Iowa
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Diabetes
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Objectives This randomized controlled study will 1 evaluate the impact of an integrated diabetes care process on glycemic control hemoglobin A1c, LDL cholesterol levels, blood pressure, 2 assess differences in screening rates for complications and patient performance of self-management activities, and 3 determine the cost-effectiveness of the integrated diabetes care. The integrated care model utilizes a multi-disciplinary team, comprehensive diabetes education, goal setting, regular follow-up visits, information sharing among practitioners and practice guidelines. Community pharmacists will provide six follow-up visits over twelve months of follow-up. Partners in this project include the Dubuque Area Pharmacy Association, the Tri-State Health Care Coalition an employer coalition, Medical Associates Health Plans and Clinics, and the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy.
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