Improving Ohio's Health

The CliniSyncPLUS team has been working closely with the Ohio Department of Health to explore chronic conditions in Ohio, specifically hypertension and diabetes. Working with practices throughout the state, they not only researched the extent of these conditions but suggest ways in which practitioners can manage patient populations who have these illnesses. This work is supported  by Cooperative Agreements #5NU58DP005508 and #6NU58DP004826, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services.

Check out these articles about improving outcomes for hypertension and diabetes in Ohio's population.

Effective Use of the Patient Portal: Creating a “Buzz” to Engage Your Patients

Prediabetic Screening & Coding: How to Easily Include Both into Your Chronic Care Management

 

Technology to Support Your Patients With Chronic Conditions - It Doesn't Have To Be Painful!

 

Update on Ohio's Data for Managing Patients With Hypertension and Diabetes

 

New Chronic Care Management Coding: Proposed CMS Coding Changes for 2017


Electronically Connecting the Community: Making Care Plans Easier

Technology Tactics to Make Patient Engagement Easier


Establishing a Chronic Care Management Program in an Independent Group Practice

Using EHR Functionality to Manage Patients With Hypertension & Diabetes


Ohio Hospital Inpatient Discharges for Diabetes and Hypertension


 


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