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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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Our Secondary Hypotheses (cont'd.)

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  • Assessment of Self Management patients' vital signs and symptoms by the expert clinical decision support system, coupled with tailored self-care algorithms, will improve patients' self efficacy in the management of their disease more so than in patients in the Case Management group.
  • Self Management and Case Management patients will have greater satisfaction with care than Standard care patients.
  • Physician's satisfaction will be higher with Self Management and Case management approaches to patient management than Standard care.

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