Wisconsin Chronic Disease
Quality Improvement Project
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The Wisconsin Chronic Disease Quality Improvement Project
highlights an extraordinary level of cooperation among diverse, competitive
health maintenance organizations to improve diabetes care in Wisconsin.
Collaboration is key to this project's success. This collaborative
model may serve as the springboard for the expansion to other statewide
quality improvement initiatives.
Wisconsin Chronic Disease Quality Improvement
The Wisconsin Chronic Disease Quality Improvement
Project Reports are provided on this page in PDF format.
Effective Public Health Strategies to Prevent and Control Diabetes: A
Compendium (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Remington P, Chudy N. The Wisconsin Diabetes Control Program: A Health
Systems and Community-based Approach. WPHA Communique 1995
Remington PL, Chudy N, Conway T, Wood S.
The Wisconsin Diabetes
Control Program: A Health Systems and Community-based Approach. Wis Med
J 1995 Apr;94(4):209-12.
Siomos EE. Newsom RS. Camponeschi J. Remington PL.
A Statewide Collaboration to Monitor Diabetes Quality Improvement among
Wisconsin Health Plans. American Journal of Managed Care. 2005
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September 08, 2014