Table 4

Proportion of patients with improvement in composite measure of improvement in A1C, LDL, or SBP among patients with that clinical condition uncontrolled at baseline

CTL
(n = 1,158 patients; 1,432 clinical domains)INT
(n = 1,220 patients; 1,501 clinical domains)INT subgroupsP value
SC
(n = 563 patients; 690 clinical domains)No SC
(n = 657 patients; 811 clinical domains)INT vs. CTLSC vs. no SC + CTL
Patient-specific analysis
 Baseline and follow-up   measurement1,158 1,220563 657
  Yes1,012 (87.4)1,090 (89.3)510 (90.6)580 (88.3)
 Improvement1,0121,090510580
  Yes768 (75.9)832 (76.3)391 (76.7)441 (76.0)0.8130.739
Condition-specific analysis
 Baseline and follow-up   measurement1,4321,501690811
  Yes1,082 (75.6)1,157 (77.1)543 (78.7)614 (75.7)
 Improvement1,0821,157543614
  Yes816 (75.4)876 (75.7)414 (76.2)462 (75.2)0.8650.676
  Improvement by    interventionist
   Diabetes educator102/132 (77.3)116/148 (78.4)82/108 (75.9)34/40 (85.0)0.5360.248
   Nurse health manager47/70 (67.1)49/68 (72.1)12/18 (66.7)37/50 (74.0)
   Pharmacist667/880 (75.8)711/941 (75.6)320/417 (76.7)391/524 (74.6)
  Improvement by sex
   Female428/564 (75.9)441/596 (74.0)220/292 (75.3)221/304 (72.7)0.2270.962
   Male388/518 (74.9)435/561 (77.5)194/251 (77.3)241/310 (77.7)
  Improvement by race
   Asian126/168 (75.0)112/161 (69.6)49/66 (74.2)63/95 (66.3)0.5970.413
   Black98/136 (72.1)114/151 (75.5)50/71 (70.4)64/80 (80.0)
   Other/unknown54/65 (83.1)69/79 (87.3)25/27 (92.6)44/52 (84.6)
   White538/713 (75.5)581/766 (75.8)290/379 (76.5)291/387 (75.2)
  Improvement by    Hispanic ethnicity
   No221/307 (72.0)264/341 (77.4)119/155 (76.8)145/186 (78.0)0.1240.184
   Unknown500/653 (76.6)508/677 (75.0)248/323 (76.8)260/354 (73.4)
   Yes95/122 (77.9)104/139 (74.8)47/65 (72.3)57/74 (77.0)
  Improvement by age group
   18–3938/53 (71.7)34/43 (79.1)16/20 (80.0)18/23 (78.3)0.5010.202
   40–64420/560 (75.0)462/621 (74.4)209/269 (77.7)253/352 (71.9)
   ≥65358/469 (76.3)380/493 (77.1)189/254 (74.4)191/239 (79.9)
  • Data are n (%) or n/T (%), unless otherwise indicated. CNT, control; INT, intervention; SC, successful contact; T, total number of uncontrolled conditions belonging to the indicted subgroup for which baseline and follow-up measurements are available.