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From: Clinically relevant quality measures for risk factor control in primary care: a retrospective cohort study

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Quality of care measurements. Comparison of appropriate quality of care by simple measuring proportions in control (markers in control) and appropriate clinical action for poor risk factor control including physicians’ response (action measure). Patients with baseline risk factors in control: hypertension n = 151/753 (20%), dyslipidemia 264/644 (41%), diabetes 105/293 (36%). Patients with appropriate clinical action within 12 months: hypertension 240/753 (32%), dyslipidemia 87/644 (14%), diabetes 50/293 (17%).

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