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“…Nonphysician providers, such as NPs, are in a position to play a significant role in this process and to overcome the barriers faced in our current health system (Condosta, ). To meet the needs of the diabetes epidemic, NPs are increasingly being trained and practicing as diabetes specialists for both inpatient and outpatient diabetes management (Comi et al., ; Willens et al., ). Our data serve as an example of successful integration of NPs into specialized diabetes teams that improve diabetes management.…”
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“…Nonphysician providers, such as NPs, are in a position to play a significant role in this process and to overcome the barriers faced in our current health system (Condosta, ). To meet the needs of the diabetes epidemic, NPs are increasingly being trained and practicing as diabetes specialists for both inpatient and outpatient diabetes management (Comi et al., ; Willens et al., ). Our data serve as an example of successful integration of NPs into specialized diabetes teams that improve diabetes management.…”
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“…Few studies have explored the use of specialized NPs in more acute settings where the patient's diabetes would otherwise be managed by a traditional hospital team. Data that do exist in this area demonstrate that NPs, with appropriate support, are successful in serving as diabetes specialists and improving glycemic control in these settings (Comi et al., ). In addition, previous studies on the use of multidisciplinary teams for the purpose of intensified diabetes care suggest that the inclusion of nurse specialists may be not only efficacious, but also cost‐effective in meeting the increasing demands of diabetes care (Willens et al., ).…”
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“…A few studies 13,14 have examined the impact of GMSs in the care of diabetic patients. Comi et al reported standard deviations (SDs) in glucose readings—a measure of variability or glycemic excursions—among medical patients managed by a GMS compared to those receiving standard in-hospital care delivered by hospitalists.…”
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“…This study found, as did ours, that patients managed by a GMS had improved glycemic control (SD among GMS patients 60.0 versus SD among those receiving standard care 70.4). 14 While the study by Comi et al was performed in medical patients, DeSantis et al studied the impact of a GMS on surgical patients and also demonstrated that the use of a GMS resulted in substantial improvements in glycemic control, with reduced frequency of hypoglycemia, in patients undergoing a wide variety of surgical procedures. 13 Our study had similar findings, with a significant reduction in mean hospitalization glucose and a significant increase in the percentage of glucose values within target range for patients whose diabetes was managed by the GMS postoperatively.…”
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