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A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO DIABETES CARE V – APRIL 4-5, 2019 – CHARLESTON, SC

A cross continuum of inpatient diabetes care. Hospitals are being incentivized for achieving diabetes care metrics in the patient population in their catchment area which has required them to develop effective healthcare delivery models that impact not only just individual patients but also the patient population as a whole. Hear case studies from Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson, UPMC, Allina Healthcare, Essentia Health and more. Learn about transitioning of care, building and maintaining Inpatient Diabetes Programs and Management, incorporating Triple Aim, diabetes prevention programs, ROI for Tele Diabetes, collaborative diabetes depression models, incorporating SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH measures, financial impact of low literacy on a healthcare system, Cardiovascular risk associated with diabetes and inpatient care, cancer risk associated with diabetes and the inpatient care, managing diabetes in hospitalized patients with chronic Kidney Disease and more. For complete conference details including discounts available for Diabetes In Control Members, click here.

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New Product: dMeetings

dMeetings online diabetes self-management education curriculum offers a new way to educate patients: five hours of DSME content developed and delivered by Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs) and focused on positive patient outcomes reduces health care costs and increases patient and employee productivity.

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Sometimes Long-term Patient/Healthcare Provider Relationship Must Be Severed

I am a primary care provider in a small private office. A long-term patient of mine, 32 years of age, was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. His insurance is now one I do not participate in. Until his recent diagnosis, he visited annually and paid out of pocket. He wanted to stay with me for his care. I realized his needs were most likely more than he could afford.

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