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A1C improvements tied to insulin initiation in primary care, study finds

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Australian researchers found that type 2 diabetes patients who received the "Stepping Up" model of care, which enhanced the practice nurses' role in leading insulin initiation and offered mentoring by a registered nurse with diabetes educator credentials, had an absolute 0.5% reduction in A1C from baseline to 12 months, compared to the control group. The findings in The BMJ revealed that 36% of those in the intervention group and 19% of control participants achieved target A1C levels. ClinicalAdvisor.com (03/20)


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