Increasing Diabetes Screening in a Primary Care Setting
figureposted on 21.09.2021, 13:57 by Jennifer J. Iyengar, Mary E.K. Fisher, Julie E. Ziegler, Douglas W. Wright, Meghan C. Monson, Cheryl L. Rhodes Dehmlow, Keturah P. Schacht, Jennifer A. Wyckoff, Audrey L. Fan
Michigan Medicine (MM) is a large academic medical center located in Ann Arbor, MI. There are 14 primary care sites within the MM system, with six locations in Ann Arbor and eight locations in surrounding communities in southeast Michigan. Approximately 60–70 general internal medicine physicians and 40–50 family medicine physicians provide primary care within the health system, with additional primary care services provided by geriatrics and obstetrics/gynecology clinicians (1). In total, there are ~2.4 million outpatient visits to the health care system each year, including both primary and specialty care services (2).