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Low-Intensity Intervention Supports Diabetes Registry Implementation: A Cluster-Randomized Trial in the Ambulatory Care Outcomes Research Network (ACORN)
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine
Previous research demonstrated that registries are effective for improving clinical guideline adherence for the care of patients with type 2 diabetes. However, registry implementation has typically relied on intensive support (such as practice facilitators) for practice change and care improvement. To determine whether a remotely delivered, low-intensity organizational change intervention supports implementation and use of diabetes registries in primary care. Cluster-randomized controlleddoi:10.3122/jabfm.2020.05.190455 pmid:32989067 fatcat:dhjyws3f2fh4lnrphv6zxqqbse