Electronic Patient Registry Improves NYC Diabetes Outcomes | Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology Skip to content Skip to navigation

Electronic Patient Registry Improves NYC Diabetes Outcomes

May 19, 2009
by root
| Reprints

The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) says it has seen a significant improvement in health outcomes for diabetes patients and attributes this to an aggressive chronic disease management program and the use of a computer-based patient registry.

According to the organization, the registry pulls data from HHC’s advanced electronic health records system and allows clinical teams to tailor medication regimens and better support self-management efforts for more than 50,000 New Yorkers with diabetes.

The Health IT Summits gather 250+ healthcare leaders in cities across the U.S. to present important new insights, collaborate on ideas, and to have a little fun - Find a Summit Near You!


/news-item/electronic-patient-registry-improves-nyc-diabetes-outcomes

See more on

betebettipobetngsbahis