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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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  • Market inefficiencies may foster suboptimal solutions
    • Payers reap most cost savings
    • Many diabetes-management programs are implemented by payers
    • Our research suggests provider technologies may be more effective overall
  • Research points to the benefit for public clinical knowledge repositories
    • Most of CDSS associated costs stem from knowledge management (KM)
    • Public knowledge repositories may allow small practices to benefit by defraying the large fixed costs of KM

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