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EHR use improves diabetes outcomes for ‘high cohesion’ primary care teams

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“Through the Meaningful Use incentive payment program, the federal government has invested substantially in promoting the widespread use of EHRs,” Ilana Graetz, PhD, assistant professor of health services and policy research at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, told Endocrine Today.

Cohesive Care Team Ups Health Benefit of EHR Use in Diabetes

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Ilana Graetz, Ph.D., from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and colleagues conducted a retrospective longitudinal study to examine whether team cohesion among primary care team members impacts the association between EHR use and changes in clinical outcomes for patients with diabetes.

Older Tobacco Users Pay More for Health Insurance under Affordable Care Act

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Additional authors are: Jeffrey M. Drope, PhD, of the American Cancer Society, and Ilana Graetz, PhD, Teresa M. Waters, PhD, and Cameron M. Kaplan, PhD of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Department of Preventive Medicine.