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- Our practice’s goal is to increase the number of up to date hemoglobin A1c for diabetic patients seen at JFMA in order to help improve glycemic control
- The aim of this study is to see if point of care (POC) hemoglobin A1C is a feasible way to increase the number of up to date hemoglobin A1C. We looked at various factors including timing, training, and flow.
Improving Resulted Hemoglobin A1c Rates, A Feasibility Study for Point-of-Care Hemoglobin A1c Testing at an Urban Family Medicine Office, Thomas Jefferson University, HOUSE STAFF QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND PATIENT SAFETY POSTERS
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Askie, MD, MPH, Phoebe; Chung, MD, Daniel; Parente, MD, Laura; Parra, MD, Yury; Amadi, MD, Grace; Kuperman, MD, MPH, Mariana R.; Reaves, MD, Bruce; Aragon, MD, Miranda; Bardet, MD, Kyle; Lai, MD, Sunny; Woods, MD, Anna; and Altshuler, MD, Marc, "Improving Resulted Hemoglobin A1c Rates: A Feasibility Study for Point-of-Care Hemoglobin A1c Testing at an Urban Family Medicine Office" (2017). House Staff Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference (2016-2019). Poster 71.