P481Improving population‐based diabetes care through strategic multiple organisational change first value‐based commissioned service for diabetes in EnglandSJ NAIDU1, M Rosenthal2, J Sandford3 and S Naik41Camden Diabetes Integrated Practice Unit, Central & North West London, London, UK, 2Camden Diabetes Integrated Practice Unit, Royal Free Hospital Foundation Trust, London, UK, 3Camden Diabetes Integrated Practice Unit, Haverstock Health, London, UK, 4Camden Diabetes Integrated Practice Unit, University College London Hospitals, London, UKRefer to Oral number A1P482Key treatment target achievement in diabetes care uncorrelated to deprivation scores: A case study in West LondonY RAZAK1, R Newson2, R Collins2, H Thomas2, F Hamid2, T Willis3 and A Majeed21Primary Care, West London Clinical Commissioning Group, London, UK, 2Department of Primary Care & Public Health, Imperial College, London, UK, 3Diabetes Transformation Programme, North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups, London, UKRefer to Oral number A2P483Do virtual clinics improve the care of patients with diabetes?N HIRANI and NE HillEndocrinology and Diabetes, Imperial College London, London, UKAims: To determine whether virtual clinics in general practice (GP) can significantly improve the care of patients with poorly controlled diabetes.Methods: Computerised notes of all patients with poorly controlled diabetes (defined as patients with an HbA1c >100mmol/mol) were reviewed during a virtual
Diabetic Medicine – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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