Developing Programs to Control and Prevent Diabetes: An Analysis of the Problems, PRP 43
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This report on programs for the control and treatment of diabetes was produced by a policy research project conducted in academic year 1979-80 with funding from the Texas Department of Human Resources, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation. The report presents the project's research findings on the programs in Austin, data regarding the Medicaid Program in Texas, and a description of model programs in other states, all of which were presented by project members at a conference held in Austin for health planners and practitioners. In addition to the student papers, the volume includes conference addresses and workshop proceedings.
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