Review: Interventions focusing on patient behaviors in provider-patient interactions improve diabetes outcomes: COMMENTARY

Montori, Victor M.
March 2004
ACP Journal Club;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 140 Issue 2, p51
Academic Journal
The article comments on a study conducted on the interventions focusing on patient behaviors in provider-patient interactions and improvements in diabetes outcomes. The systematic study support at least 2 conclusions. First, providers with more patient-centered behaviors enhance patient satisfaction with care. Second, interventions empowering patients to participate actively in the encounter and to make informed choices on their own improve self-efficacy measures and metabolic control. Most of the decisions that affect patient-important outcomes in diabetes occur in the patient space.


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