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The ACP Internal Medicine Report: Team-Based Approach Improves Diabetes Care; Diabetes Initiative Extended for Two More Years

Due to the success of the first three years of the ACP and ACPF Diabetes Initiative, the program has received an additional unrestricted educational grant from Novo Nordisk to continue for an additional two years through December 2009. Launched in 2005, practices and patients are seeing significant improvements in such areas as immunizations and eye and kidney disease screenings.

Don't miss ACP's Vincenza Snow, MD, FACP, Director of Clinical Programs and Quality of Care, in the latest Internal Medicine Report broadcast news story.

Back to February 2008 Issue of Impact

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