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Key Lessons (1)
- All forms of ITDM can improve the lives of diabetics
- All forms of ITDM improves care processes
- Improved care process results in improved quality of life
- Technologies used by providers have the greatest potential for benefit
- Diabetes registries showed the greatest improvements in clinical outcomes
- CDSS showed the next greatest improvements in clinical outcome
- Diabetic registries are cost beneficial over ten years
- National adoption of registries saves money
- Registries are cost beneficial for all size organization except single physician practices
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