Project targets diabetes in Latino community

October 2007
Hospital Case Management;Oct2007, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p155
The article focuses on a community case management pilot project for Latino diabetes patients in Nogales, Arizona, conducted by Carondolet Health Network in Tucson. According to diabetes care center manager Donna Zazworsky, the project is focused on establishing the care team and developing a case management toolkit for home diabetes education visits. She states that the program targeted only patients who came through the emergency department for a diabetes-related episode.


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