Rural, low-income black patients with type 2 diabetes who received primary care services that featured education, coaching and medication intensification attained greater reductions in A1C and systolic blood pressure levels compared with those who had usual care, a study found. The findings were published in the Annals of Family Medicine.
Study links revamped primary care services to better A1C in blacks
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