“It appears that advances in diabetes care over the past decade have not translated into meaningful improvement in population-level treatment outcomes.” These are not our words although we have said something very similar, no these words come from a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine Evaluation of the Cascade of Diabetes Care in the United States, 2005-2016 by Pooyan Kazemian, PhD; Fatma M. Shebl, MD, PhD; Nicole McCann, BA; et al.
The authors conclude:
“It appears that the diabetes care cascade in the United States has not significantly improved between 2005 and 2016. This study . . .
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