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  • A Study to Evaluate the Effect of a Medically-tailored Meal Service on Changes in Diabetic Patients' A1c Jacksonville, FL

    Patients age 25 to 75 who are in the care of one of the primary care physicians at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida or Montage Health in Monterey, California and have a recent HbA1c in the range of 7.5% to 13% will be prospectively identified and eligible for participation in this randomized, crossover clinical trial examining the effect of medically tailored meal delivery on glycemic control. Eligible patients who sign informed consent will be randomized in a 1:1 fashion to treatment sequence AB or treatment sequence BA.  In the first study phase, participants randomized to sequence AB will receive 3 ...

  • A Study to Compare Perceived Diabetes Knowledge to Objective Diabetic Control Based on Hemoglobin A1c La Crosse, WI

    Questionnaire administered to diabetic patients in primary care practice (La Crosse Mayo Family Medicine Residency /Family Health Clinic) to assess patient’s diabetic knowledge. Retrospective chart review will also be done to assess objective diabetic control based on most recent hemoglobin A1c.    


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