Few office visits address burden of diabetes treatment

01/4/2012 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A videographic analysis of 46 primary care office visits showed that the burden of diabetes treatments was discussed in 93.5% of the visits, with patients initiating the discussion 55% of the time. However, strategies and problem-solving efforts were only seen in 30% of cases, researchers noted. The findings appear in Diabetes Care.

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