TABLE 1.

Characteristics and Number of Eligible and Enrolled Patients from Participating Clinics

ClinicPhysicians (n)Median Income of Clinic Zip Code ($)Characteristics/Patient MixEligible Patients (n)Enrolled Patients (n)Eligible Patients Enrolled (%)
A830,259Two of eight providers have concierge practices4612
B1655,032Emphasis on charity care; staffed primarily by resident trainees871113
C749,807Low-income, largely Hispanic, uninsured patients; designated as a safety-net provider by the state669 (Clinics C,D, and E were part of a system that shared a single EMR)244
D535,133Low-income, largely Hispanic, uninsured patients; designated as a safety-net provider by the state
E422,219Low-income, largely Hispanic, uninsured patients; designated as a safety-net provider by the state
F352,000Two-site, rural/frontier practice11211
G1174,590Large, multispecialty practice; designated as a safety-net provider by the state90910
H322,219Concierge practice near downtown serving higher-income patients37719
I942,832Large, two-site, multispecialty clinic with a staff certified diabetes educator; low-income population338319
J1263,849Large, two-site, multispecialty practice; mostly commercially insured patients317279
K356,557Lower-income patients, many Hispanic40410
L142,831Largely commercially insured, but lower-income patients4524
M651,263Mix of commercially insured and Medicare/Medicaid patients119108
N364,006Primarily suburban, commercially insured patients8068
O1255,032Large practice with a diabetes-focused nurse practitioner on staff247177
P150,61380% of patients are Vietnamese immigrants3539
Q635,133Safety-net provider serving only Medicaid and uninsured patients; volunteer physicians4025
R177,233Solo practice; higher-income, commercially insured patients2514