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AuthorAbdulrhim, Sara Hamdi
AuthorAwaisu, Ahmed
AuthorMohamed Ibrahim, Mohamed Izham
AuthorDiab, Mohammed Issam
AuthorMohamed Hussain, Mohamed Abdelazim
AuthorAl Raey, Hend
AuthorIsmail, Mohammed Thahir
AuthorSankaralingam, Sowndramalingam
Available date2020-10-26T08:49:55Z
Publication Date2020
Publication NameQatar University Annual Research an Exhibition 2020 (quarfe)
CitationAbdulrhim S.H., Awaisu A., Mohamed I.M.I., Diab M.I., Mohamed H.M.A., AlRaey H., Ismail M.T., Sankaralingam S., " Evaluating the Impact of a Collaborative Care Model in Diabetes Management in a Primary Healthcare Setting in Qatar Using Real-World Data", Qatar University Annual Research Forum and Exhibition (QUARFE 2020), Doha, 2020, https://doi.org/10.29117/quarfe.2020.0175
URIhttps://doi.org/10.29117/quarfe.2020.0175
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/16758
AbstractObjectives: To evaluate the impact of Collaborative Care Model (CCM) on diabetes-related outcomes among patients with diabetes attending a primary care setting. Methods: A multiple-time series, retrospective, observational study with a control group among patients with diabetes followed-up at Qatar Petroleum Diabetes Clinic. The impact of CCM on glycemic control, blood pressure, lipid profile, and anthropometrics was evaluated at baseline and up to 17 months of follow-up. Quantitative data were analyzed descriptively and inferentially using SPSS. Results: CCM significantly improved (p<0.05) the mean values (baseline vs. 17 months) of glycated hemoglobin A1c (6.9% vs. 6.5%), random blood glucose (194.38 mg/dL vs. 141.23 mg/dL), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (3.7 mmol/L vs. 2.8 mmol/L), total cholesterol (5.43 mmol/L vs. 4.34 mmol/L), weight (78.52 Kg vs. 77.85 Kg), and body mass index (30.41 Kg/m2 vs. 30.17 Kg/m2) over 17-months within the intervention group; whereas, no significant changes occurred within the control group. Similarly, the between group comparisons demonstrated the superiority of CCM over usual care in improving several clinical outcomes. Conclusion: Inefficiencies in delivering diabetes care can be circumvented by the integration of CCM. The implementation of CCM in a primary healthcare setting improved several diabetes-related outcomes over 17-months.
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PublisherQatar University Press
SubjectCollaborative care
SubjectDiabetes
SubjectClinical Outcomes
SubjectPrimary Care
TitleEvaluating the Impact of a Collaborative Care Model in Diabetes Management in a Primary Healthcare Setting in Qatar Using Real-World Data
TypePoster


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