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Patient-Centered Diabetes Management:
Driving Outcomes with Education and Behavior Change

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According to market research conducted by the Healthcare Intelligence Network, disease-specific strategies that mobilize certified diabetes educators (CDEs), case managers and health coaches to foster self-management in individuals with diabetes are garnering the richest returns.

Patient-Centered Diabetes Management: Driving Outcomes with Education and Behavior Change takes an in-depth look at three patient-centered programs for diabetes management that are improving clinical outcomes and bending the cost curve for program participants.

Beginning with an overview of the latest trends in diabetes management, this 55-page special report goes on to examine the program components, staffing requirements, challenges, health and financial outcomes and ROI of the following initiatives:

  • The diabetes medical home approach at the heart of the Hudson River HealthCare (HRHC) Diabetes Collaborative, a network of 16 federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) located across six counties in New York's Hudson Valley.

  • A comprehensive diabetes education program in place at Main Line Health System that deploys a team of CDEs and registered dietitians across four hospitals to provide multi-tiered levels of education to patients with diabetes.

  • Health outcomes and ROI achieved by Alere Health Nurse Coaches who work telephonically to provide diabetic patients with information, motivation and behavioral skills (IMB).
25% Discount The programs profiled in Patient-Centered Diabetes Management: Driving Outcomes with Education and Behavior Change reflect the most current strategies to rein in healthcare costs and utilization associated with diabetes: a patient-centered medical home approach, diabetes education and behavior modification.

This resource provides details on the following:

  • How each program is addressing weight management;
  • Staffing considerations;
  • Engaging the primary care physician;
  • Tweaking a diabetes education program to meet the needs of specific populations;
  • Planning events to support and encourage self-management;
  • Clinical and financial outcomes from each approach;
  • Future program expansion;
and much more.
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