Evidence-Based Interventions for High Blood Pressure and Glycemic Control Among Illinois Health Systems
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 17 — January 23, 2020
Percentage of Federally Qualified Health Centers that implemented policies, systems, and processes (P/S/Ps) for hypertension management interventions, type 2 diabetes mellitus management interventions, and both interventions combined, by P/S/P type, Illinois, 2016. Huddles are defined as 10-minute or less stand-up meetings used to foster communication in a clinical setting (11).
|Policies, Systems, and Processes||Hypertention Only, % (95% Confidence Interval)||Diabetes Only, % (95% Confidence Interval)||Both Hypertension and Diabetes, % (95% Confidence Interval)|
|Internal policies/workflows||87.5 (75.4–99.6)||84.4 (71.1–97.7)||78.1 (63.0–93.3)|
|Huddles||75.0 (59.1–90.9)||75.0 (59.1–90.9)||65.6 (48.2–83.0)|
|Electronic health record alerts/tracking tools||68.8 (51.8–85.7)||68.8 (51.8–85.7)||53.1 (34.8–71.4)|
|Case manager/coordinator||50.0 (31.7–68.3)||53.1 (34.8–71.4)||40.6 (22.6–58.6)|
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