TABLE 3

Participant- and Provider-Reported Health, Satisfaction With Diabetes Control and Care

Clinical VariablesAll ParticipantsParticipant With Provider ResponseProviderZ; Pa
Health, overall rating
 No. responses2887965−1.87; .06
  Excellent, n (%)119 (41)40 (51)50 (77)
  Very good, n (%)130 (45)34 (43)10 (15)
  Good, n (%)32 (11)5 (6)4 (6)
  Fair, n (%)5 (2)0 (0)0 (0)
  Poor, n (%)2 (1)0 (0)1 (1.5)
Diabetes control satisfaction
 No. responses2887966−4.09; <.001
  Very satisfied, n (%)104 (36)25 (32)51 (77)
  Satisfied, n (%)147 (51)39 (49)11 (17)
  Neutral, n (%)22 (8)12 (15)3 (4.5)
  Dissatisfied, n (%)14 (5)3 (4)1 (1.5)
  Very dissatisfied, n (%)1 (0)0 (0)0 (0)
Satisfaction with professional diabetes care
 No. responses2877864
  Very satisfied, n (%)53 (19)16 (21)
  Satisfied, n (%)89 (31)36 (46)
  Neutral, n (%)67 (23)12 (15)
  Dissatisfied, n (%)50 (17)8 (10)
  Very dissatisfied, n (%)28 (10)6 (8)
Therapeutic relationship
 Excellent, n (%)35 (55)
 Very good, n (%)17 (27)
 Good, n (%)10 (16)
 Fair, n (%)2 (3)
 Poor, n (%)0 (0)
Diet and/or lifestyle not discussed with diabetes care provider
 No. responses2877965.12
  n (%)77 (27)15 (19)4 (6)
Diabetes care provider supportive of diet
 No. responses2106461−2.69; .007
  Strongly agree, n (%)34 (16)12 (19)22 (36)
  Agree, n (%)70 (33)22 (34)21 (34)
  Neutral, n (%)64 (30)19 (30)12 (20)
  Disagree, n (%)27 (13)8 (13)5 (8)
  Strongly disagree, n (%)14 (7)3 (5)1 (2)
  • —, not applicable.

  • a Wilcoxon signed-rank test for ordinal variables and McNemar’s test for binomial variables.