Uncontrolled diabetes negatively affects millions of people in the United States and contributes to significant health burden. This retrospective case-control study evaluated which therapeutic interventions and patient factors were associated with improvement in A1C values from ≥9.0 to <9.0% in people with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes at a county health clinic serving primarily low-income, Hispanic patients. Medication adherence, high-dose insulin use, and clinical pharmacy specialist visits were found to be the most influential factors with regard to improving A1C.

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