Research with Diabetes Data
Research on Diabetes Using HCUP Data
Bertoni AG, Tsai A, Kasper EK, & Brancati FL. Economic and health costs of diabetes. HCUP Highlight, AHRQ Publication 04-0071
Diabetes and idiopathic cardiomyopathy: a nationwide case-control study. Diabetes Care 26(10):2791-5, 2003. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Hospital discharge rates for nontraumatic lower extremity amputation by diabetes status—United States, 1997. Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report 50(43):954-8, 2001. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Major cardiovascular disease (CVD) during 1997-1999 and major CVD hospital discharge rates in 1997 among women with diabetes—United States. Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report 50(43):948-54, 2001. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Dowell MA, Rozell B, Roth D, Delugach H, Chaloux P, & Dowell J. Economic and clinical disparities in hospitalized patients with type 2 diabetes. J Nursing Scholarship 36(1):66-72, 2004. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Jiang HJ, Stryer D, Friedman B, & Andrews R. Multiple hospitalizations for patients with diabetes. Diabetes Care 26:1421-6, 2003. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Research on Diabetes Using MEPS Data
Cohen J, Krauss N. Spending and service use among people with the fifteen most costly medical conditions, 1997. Health Affairs 22(2):129-38, 2003. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Egede L, Ye X, Zheng D, & Silverstein M. The prevalence and pattern of complementary and alternative medicine use in individuals with diabetes. Diabetes Care 25(2):324-29, 2002. Select to access abstract on PubMed®.
Egede L, Zheng D, & Simpson K. Comorbid depression is associated with increased health care use and expenditures in individuals with diabetes. Diabetes Care 25(3):464-70, 2002. abstract on PubMed®.
Greenblatt J. A methodology for analyzing diabetes data using the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS). Conference Proceedings, 2003, American Statistical Association-Joint Statistical Meetings.
Monheit A. Persistence in health expenditures in the short run: Prevalence and consequences. Medical Care 41(7):III-53-64, 2003.
Natarajan S, Nietert P. Hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and their combinations increased health care utilization and decreased health status. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 57(9):954-61, 2004. abstract on PubMed®.
Nichols G, Brown J. Unadjusted and adjusted prevalence of diagnosed depression in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care 26(3):744-9, 2003. abstract on PubMed®.
Olin, G. Proportion and Medical Expenditures of Adults Being Treated for Diabetes, 1996 and 2003. Statistical Brief 146 (PDF File, 114 KB; Plugin Software Help)
Raut M, Law A, & Gause D. Impact of predisposing, enabling, and need factors on health care expenditures among patients with diabetes. Diabetes 52(6):a268, 2003.
Soni, A. Diabetes Management: Tests and Treatments among the 18 and Older U.S. Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population in 2003. Statistical Brief 105 (PDF File, 111 KB; Plugin Software Help)
Stagnitti MN. Medical Care and Treatment for Chronic Conditions, 2000. Statistical Brief 5 (PDF File, 497 KB; Plugin Software Help)
Stagnitti MN. The Prevalence of Obesity and Other Chronic Health Conditions among Diabetic Adults in the U.S. Community Population, 2001. Statistical Brief 34 (PDF File, 197 KB; Plugin Software Help)
Stagnitti MN. A Comparison of Antidiabetic Agent Prescribed Medications: Oral Medicines and Insulin, 1997 and 2003. Statistical Brief 188 (PDF File, 88 KB; Plugin Software Help)
Current as of October 2007
Research with Diabetes Data. October 2007. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/browse/diabdata.htm
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