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“…The contact by these empowered DM patients with nonadherent diabetic patients in the community was found to decrease abandonment/lack of commitment with therapy from 28.6% to 6.5%, and unsatisfactory glycemic control from 18.2% to 10.8% for up to three years. (26) Regarding the defining characteristic, expresses little difficulty with the treatment regime, the majority of the subjects reported having little difficulty in managing the prescribed treatment. This result was not observed in previous publications on this theme.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The contact by these empowered DM patients with nonadherent diabetic patients in the community was found to decrease abandonment/lack of commitment with therapy from 28.6% to 6.5%, and unsatisfactory glycemic control from 18.2% to 10.8% for up to three years. (26) Regarding the defining characteristic, expresses little difficulty with the treatment regime, the majority of the subjects reported having little difficulty in managing the prescribed treatment. This result was not observed in previous publications on this theme.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[53,67] Some peers attended clinic sessions with patients they served. [62] In other cases, peers also made referrals, [53,64,65] monitored clinical indicators, [36,61] and provided basic care [58] and case management services. [61,70] Outreach is an important part of the role of many peers.…”
Section: Access To Regular Medical Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In a number of studies, peers supported regular medical care by conducting outreach to encourage patients to make and keep medical appointments [59][60][61][62][63][64][65] and helping people navigate the healthcare system. [66] Peers also bridged culture and language barriers between patients and their healthcare providers, [60,62,65,67] providing instrumental support such as help with appointments, [61,62,65,68] assistance with insurance paperwork, [59,61,65,69] language translation/ interpretation, [62] and transportation.…”
Section: Access To Regular Medical Carementioning
confidence: 99%
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