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Shari D. Bolen

Internist

Society of General Internal Medicine Workshop Rehearsal

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Background Information

Employment History

J. Hillis Miller Health Center


Assistant Professor of Medicine

Center for Health Care Research and Policy


Assistant Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Journal of the American Medical Association


Assistant Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Rammelkamp Center for Education and Research


Affiliations

Johns Hopkins University

Instructor


Education

MD

Johns Hopkins University


MPH


Web References(134 Total References)


Center for Health Care Research & Policy

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Shari D. Bolen, MD
Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Care Coordination at the Primary Care Visit for Adults with Diabetes: A Work In Progress Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Society of General Internal Medicine Workshop Rehearsal


Center for Health Care Research & Policy

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Shari D. Bolen, MD
Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Care Coordination at the Primary Care Visit for Adults with Diabetes: A Work In Progress Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Shari D. Bolen, MD, MPH Society of General Internal Medicine Workshop Rehearsal


Genetics Blog » 2011 » January

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"Sometimes newer is not necessarily better," says lead study author Shari Bolen, M.D., an internist at Hopkins.
"Issues like blood sugar levels, weight gain and cost could be significant factors to many patients struggling to stay in good health," says Bolen, an instructor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "When you are dealing with an epidemic like diabetes, it is important for people to weigh their treatment options with their physician and to make informed decisions about which medication best suits their needs," says Bolen. In the study, Bolen and her colleagues reviewed the scientific evidence from 216 previous studies and compared each drug for its clinical effectiveness, risks and costs. Besides Bolen, other researchers involved in the study were Leonard Feldman, M.D.; Jason Vassy, M.D., M.P.H.; Lisa Wilson, B.S., Sc.M.; Hsin-Chieh Yeh, Ph.D.; Spyridon Marinopoulos, M.D., M.B.A.; Crystal Wiley, M.D., M.P.H.; Elizabeth Selvin, Ph.D.; Renee Wilson, M.S.; Eric Bass, M.D., M.P.H.; and Frederick Brancati, M.D., M.H.S.


Medcan Health Management Inc.

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"Sometimes newer is not necessarily better," says lead study author Shari Bolen, M.D., an internist at Hopkins.
"Issues like blood sugar levels, weight gain and cost could be significant factors to many patients struggling to stay in good health," says Bolen, an instructor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "When you are dealing with an epidemic like diabetes, it is important for people to weigh their treatment options with their physician and to make informed decisions about which medication best suits their needs," says Bolen. In the study, Bolen and her colleagues reviewed the scientific evidence from 216 previous studies and compared each drug for its clinical effectiveness, risks and costs.


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According to the researchers, these health benefits are important because they can potentially ward off heart disease and other life-threatening consequence from diabetes."Sometimes newer is not necessarily better," says lead study author Dr. Shari Bolen, an internist at Hopkins."Issues like blood sugar levels, weight gain and cost could be significant factors to many patients struggling to stay in good health," says Bolen, an instructor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.


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