Research associated with Diabetes

Publications:

Difficulty with current medication regimes is associated with patient willingness to add new blood pressure medications
Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Hofer TP, Klamerus ML, Kerr EA. The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 2009;2(4):221-231.

Treatment decisions for complex patients: differences between primary care physicians and mid-level providers
Subramanian U, Kerr EA, Klamerus ML, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Holleman R, Hofer TP. American Journal of Managed Care 2009;15(6):373-380.

Are they really that happy? Exploring scale recalibration in estimates of well-being
Lacey HP, Fagerlin A, Loewenstein G, Smith DM, Riis J, Ubel PA. Health Psychology 2008;27(6):669-675.

Clinical inertia or clinical uncertainty?: Factors associated with lack of medication intensification in response to elevated blood pressure.
Kerr EA, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Klamerus ML, Subramanian U, Hogan MM, Hofer TP. Annals of Internal Medicine 2008;148:717-727.

When do patients and their physicians agree on diabetes treatment goals and strategies, and what difference does it make?
Heisler M, Vijan S, Anderson RM, Ubel PA, Bernstein SJ, Hofer TP. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2003;18(11):893-902.

Building a better quality measure: are some patients with 'poor quality' actually getting good care?
Hayward RA, Hofer TP, Kerr EA, Krein SL, Smith DM, Hogan MM, Bermann M. Medical Care 2003;41:1173-1182.