Wow – this was posted over two years ago!
It’s funny when you start a discussion on outcomes in a condition such as diabetes. The usual tripe comes out – HbA1c and then some idiot talks about cost-effectiveness and then those silly QIPP indicators and QoF points. I can even get angry when someone adds medicines safety and adherence. My heart sinks and I really know that the NHS has problems.
So – let’s start from a different place. The person with diabetes wants to feel confident that they can manage their condition over a long period of time. They want to feel that they are in control and they are on top of things. They want to feel well. I even highlighted the key words to make it simple.
Hmmm – the room has now gone totally silent.
I now have to stop the ones that are trying to tell me that they do this, by reading…
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