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Optimizing Tech-Enabled Diabetes Care and Education with Deborah Greenwood

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Optimizing Tech-Enabled Diabetes Care and Education with Deborah Greenwood

An increasing number of clinicians are leveraging technology to improve their services and improve their clients’ health, but are they using technology in a standardized way? Are they working towards…
August 11, 2020

Optimizing Tech-Enabled Diabetes Care and Education with Deborah Greenwood

Resources

  • ADCES guidance on technology is now available in two practice papers available  at DiabetesEducator.org/TechnologyIntegration.
  • Danatech was developed to support the technology access and assessment needs of healthcare professionals who care for patients living with diabetes and other chronic conditions. Danatech is free to ADCES members, log in in today danatech.org.
  • ADCES workforce training offers customized training on topics like CGM, insulin pump therapy and pattern management. Learn more about this training at DiabetesEducator.org/Workforce.

 

Reference

 Greenwood, D. A., Howell, F., Scher, L., Yousef, G., Rinker, J., Yehl, K., … Peeples, M. M. (2020). A Framework for Optimizing Technology-Enabled Diabetes and Cardiometabolic Care and Education: The Role of the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. The Diabetes Educator, 46(4), 315–322. https://doi.org/10.1177/0145721720935125

 

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