Organizing care for diabetes patients during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Writing in PLOS ONE, University of Minnesota Medical School researchers explored how high performing primary care practices organized care for patients with diabetes during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic. They found the better performing practices described using ‘proactive’ approaches to organize staff who deliver care and manage patient interactions and medical records.

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