Date: June 30
Time: 1 - 2 p.m. (Central time)
Technology allows people with diabetes (PWD) to have access to health care professionals from other locations and from the comfort of home. In addition, PWD are using technologies for health monitoring including blood glucose, blood pressure, physical activity, meal tracking, sleep, and weight. Medicare now recognizes billing and reimbursement for remote monitoring. There is tremendous opportunity for diabetes care and education specialists (DCES) to use population health strategies and remote care to optimize health outcomes by providing the right care to the right patient at the right time. This webinar will demonstrate how the dietitian DCES can utilize technology, pattern management skills, remote monitoring, and coaching to enhance outcomes for the PWD.
CPE Level: 1
- Describe virtual care models used for remote monitoring and population health.
- Discuss different types of connected devices and platforms for virtual care, remote monitoring, and population health
- Demonstrate how diabetes care and education specialists can utilize these technologies to improve the health of people with diabetes using pattern management and coaching support.
Dawn Noe, RDN, CDCES
Dawn has been a dietitian and DCES for 16 years. She has experience working for the Cleveland Clinic Diabetes Center where she initiated a remote monitoring program for people with diabetes and obesity. Dawn is passionate about using nutrition, CGM technology, and digital healthcare to maximize the care and support for people with diabetes. Dawn is currently in private practice.