The CDM-Net project: the development, implementation and evaluation of a broadband-based network for managing chronic disease

Kay Jones, Trisha Dunning, Beth Costa, Kristine Fitzgerald, Akuh Adaji, Colin Chapman, Leon Piterman, Moira Paterson, Peter Schattner, John Catford

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Aims. To measure the uptake and adherence to CDMS, test CDMS, and assess the adherence of health providers and patients to GPMPs and TCAs generated through CDMS. Methods. A single cohort before and after study. Results. GPMPs and TCAs increased. There was no change to prescribed medicines or psychological quality of life. Attendance at allied health professionals increased, but decreased at pharmacies.Overall satisfaction with CDMS was high among GPs, allied health professionals, and patients. Conclusion. This study demonstrates proof of concept, but replication or continuation of the study is desirable to enable the impact of CDMS on diabetes outcomes to be determined.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1 - 7
Number of pages7
JournalInternational Journal of Family Medicine
Volume2012
Issue numberArt. No.: 453450
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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The CDM-Net project: the development, implementation and evaluation of a broadband-based network for managing chronic disease. / Jones, Kay; Dunning, Trisha; Costa, Beth; Fitzgerald, Kristine; Adaji, Akuh; Chapman, Colin; Piterman, Leon; Paterson, Moira; Schattner, Peter; Catford, John.

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