Annals of Family Medicine - November / December 2008The Annals of Family Medicine is a new peer-reviewed scientific journal on the needs of scientists, practitioners, decision makers and the patients and communities to fulfill they serve. The Annals of Family Medicine is dedicated to the skills for understanding and improving health and primary health care. The Annals supports a learning community of those who generate and use information about health and generalist health care..
Automated Diabetes Intervention Cost Effectiveanalyzing data from a clinical study of 226 diabetic care patients is, this study demonstrates that an automated telephone self - management support intervention to improve an inexpensive way for patients ' diabetes results. - won the annual cost of the intervention per quality adjusted life year was $ 65 even if all program costs and $ 32 if only the running costs - similar to many other accepted interventions for diabetes prevention and treatment oriented. - the authors claim that because a significant portion of the costs are fixed associated with the intervention, cost-benefit and cost-benefit estimates would implemented significantly if implemented on a larger scale. Cost-Effectiveness of automated Self - management Support with Nurse Care Management of patients with diabetes by Margaret A.Can courtesy of entire entire Emperor Daily Health Policy Report view are looking in the archives, or sign up for mail service to emperors Daily Health policy coverage from press for emperor network. A free service from the Henry J. Published. Kaiser Family foundatio 2005 Advisory Board Company and Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
members of Medical Leadership Council of one Language Access and Cultural Proficiency Y Stanislaus Medical Society to improve this problem and built a more diversified health workforce, Ramos wrote. He continues: Every physician must endeavor supply by patients respected and by patients from all cultures and the background, concludes assist to the all Community is young people from minority through the education system, eligible qualify for medical school and mentor young doctors from wide variety of backgrounds to remove the stunning racing-based health care disparities in of our state and nation (Ramos, Modesto Bee.. A variedia. Culturally competent medical care Central health care Letter to the Editor saying - Several studies indicate to [p] roviding languages access to and culturally versed care is not only a good idea - is is central to the health of patients, Eric Ramos - Medical Director of Del Puerto Health Centre, Chief Medical Officer out of doctor Medical Center and former president of the Stanislaus Medical Society - wrote in a Modesto Bee letter to the editor response cover a the last University of California at - San Francisco trial concluded that these minority of doctors are underrepresented in California.