Diabetes Information Systems: A Rapidly Emerging Support for Diabetes Surveillance and Care
Background: With the rapid advances in information technology in the last decade, various diabetes information systems have evolved in different parts of the world. Availability of new technologies and information systems for monitoring and treating diabetes is critical to achieving recommended metabolic control, including glycosylated hemoglobin levels. The first step is to develop a registry, including a patient identifier that can link multiple data sources, which can then serve as a...[Show more]
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