Session 1: Diabetes
This session provides a broad overview of the prevalence of development & risks, diagnosis, key components of medical management, lifestyle changes, self-management promotion and goal setting. It is intended for care coordinators, medical assistants, community health workers, social workers, other members of the primary care or ambulatory care teams, and care managers wanting a refresher on diabetes.
- Reviewing the prevalence of diabetes, how it develops and the risk of developing diabetes
- Reviewing how diabetes is diagnosed
- Identifying the key areas of diabetes medical management
- Deepened understanding of the management of asthma
- Discussing lifestyle changes & self-management goals for patients living with diabetes
Members: No charge (registration is required)
Non-members: $10 per attendee per webinar (registration is required)
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MI Care Team Health*: No charge (registration is required) MPCA will approve & reimburse Mi-CCSI for attendees.
*MI Team Health Centers include: Advantage Health Centers, Cherry Health, Covenant Community Care, Inc., Family Health Center, Inc., Family Medical Center of Michigan, Genesee Community Health Center, Great Lakes Bay Health Centers, The Wellness Plan Medical Centers, Thunder Bay Community Health Services, Inc., Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center
Susan Vos, BSN, RN
Susan is the director of training programs at the Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Grand Valley State University and is certified in Case Management through CCMC. She has worked in quality, PCMH, and NCQA implementation teams at Spectrum Health Medical Group and West Michigan Physicians Network. She is a former manager of utilization management and case and disease management at Priority Health, an auto/worker’s compensation case manager and kidney transplant coordinator. In addition, she is a Complex Care Management master trainer for the MiCMRC for their MiPCT and SIM initiatives and she is the master trainer for Mi-CCSI’s self-management training and COMPASS (Behavioral Medical Integration) Care Model.
The presenter and all planners have indicated that they have no commercial interests related to the content of this educational activity.
Available Continuing Education Credits
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- Complete the registration & evaluation
- Download the certificate after completing and submitting the evaluation
Basics of Disease Management Presentation Slides
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