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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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PM/PR/P4P: Poor Glucose Control by Race/ethnicity in One System

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  • Poor Glucose Control by Race/ethnicity
    • White: 15.7%
    • Black: 21.9%
    • Hispanic: 23.3%
  • Poor glucose control is strongly associated with diabetic complications
    • Eyes, kidneys, amputations, admissions
  • P4P programs reward practices with lower than 20% "poor values"
  • More than half of our diabetic patients are Black or Hispanic

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