Eleven provider/payer delivery systems, including six Kaiser regions, have created a diabetes registry by contributing de-identified data from their electronic health records systems.
The Surveillance, Prevention, and Management of Diabetes Mellitus Data Link, called SUPREME-DM, is the largest private sector diabetes registry in the nation, according to the organizations. It includes data from 1.1 million plan-covered diabetic patients in California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin.
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