Health care in and outside a DMP for type 2 diabetes mellitus in Germany: results of an insurance customer survey focussing on differences in general education status

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Elkeles , Thomas; Kirschner , Wolf; Graf , Christian; Kellermann-Mühlhoff , Petra;
(2008)
  • Publisher: DEU
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/s10389-008-0234-5
  • Subject: Disease management programme | education | Analyse | empirical | program | Demands on doctors | Gesundheit | participant | influence | evaluation | Doctor-patient relationship | Soziologie, Anthropologie | Zufriedenheit | chronische Krankheit | Krankheit | Educational level | Vergleich | Coping | Gesundheitszustand | health insurance fund | Sociology & anthropology | comparison | empirisch-quantitativ | analysis | health status | qualification | decision making | Bildungsniveau | Programm | physician-patient relationship | empirisch | Sterblichkeit | Medical Sociology | Teilnehmer | Diabetes mellitus | Einfluss | patient | Bundesrepublik Deutschland | illness | Qualifikation | Krankenkasse | Disease management programme; Diabetes mellitus; Demands on doctors; Doctor-patient relationship; Coping; Social status; Educational level; Disease Management Programm | therapy | Medizinsoziologie | health | Federal Republic of Germany | Entscheidungsfindung | satisfaction | quantitative empirical | Social status | Therapie | Arzt-Patient-Beziehung | chronic illness | level of education | mortality | Bildung
    • ddc: ddc:301

Aim: The Disease Management Programmes (DMPs) introduced in Germany since 2003 are intended to improve health care for the chronically ill. Whether they do this is currently being investigated in various evaluation settings. In order to assess possible changes in the pr... View more
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