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First clinical diabetes registry to provide seamless view of patients across specialties
Date:6/10/2014

dicine physician specialists are on the front lines of diabetes care," said American College of Physicians President David A. Fleming, MD, FACP. "The Diabetes Collaborative Registry will enable effective and patient-centered communication among doctors across specialties, an especially important component for high value care of patients with diseases like diabetes that often have coexisting illnesses."

Researchers will gain access to a repository of diabetes care data from various providers in outpatient settings; patients will benefit from their physicians' increased access to a central repository of diabetes data based on the latest science and research that can be used to tailor their care.

"Diabetes is not one disease but a complex set of diseases and too often leads to serious and potentially life-threatening complications, such as cardiovascular and kidney disease, as well as nerve damage, amputation, blindness and a multitude of other health problems," said American Diabetes Association Chief Scientific and Medical Officer Robert E. Ratner, MD, FACP, FACE. "We hope that a cross-specialty, clinical registry will ultimately allow us to improve the quality of careand therefore quality of lifefor all people living with diabetes by giving researchers a clearer picture of what's happening to patients at various stages of their disease. Improved data collection should help us improve patient outcomes."


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Contact: Nicole Napoli
nnapoli@acc.org
202-375-6523
American College of Cardiology
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