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The Huddle: ADCES' Podcast

ADCES is proud to bring you a new podcast for your personal and professional growth. The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team features perspectives, issues and updates to inform your practice and elevate your role. Each episode dives into a variety of topics that directly impact your work in diabetes, prediabetes and cardiometabolic care; from advocacy to technology to new ways to support your clients. 


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Episode Summary

Join us as we talk with Alefiya Faizullabhoy, MBA, MS, RD, CDCES, CDN, who co-authored a practice paper on precision medicine in the January issue of ADCES in Practice. In this episode, you'll learn about different variations of this model of care, how it is different than person-centered care and how it stands to improve health outcomes for people with diabetes.

Resources

  • Galloway, Nicholas, et al. “Exploring the Role of Precision Medicine in Diabetes Diagnoses.” ADCES in Practice, vol. 10, no. 1, Jan. 2022, pp. 26–32, doi:10.1177/2633559X211060849.
 

The Value of the DCES: Part 1 - Introduction

The work of a diabetes care and education specialist is integrated at multiple points throughout the care model and health system. This may make it difficult to voice and quantify the value they bring to the care setting and the people with diabetes they work with. Join us as our guests, Kellie Rodriguez, RN, MSN, MBA, CDCES and Janice MacLeod, MA, RD, LD, CDE kick of our series about raising awareness around the value diabetes care and education specialists bring to the care setting and how to advocate around these teams and programs.

The Value of the DCES: Part 2 - Leveraging Cost Strategies to Communicate Value

In this episode, we are talking about the value diabetes care and education specialists provide in impacting cost for thier system and community. Donna Ryan and Starlin Haydon-Greatting join us to share how they leveraged their role to impact cost and communicate that to the decision makers in their systems.

The Value of the DCES: Part 3 - Reducing Therapeutic Inertia

At the center of the care model, diabetes care and education specialists are a critical solution to reducing therapeutic inertia. In this episode, Andrew Bzowyckyj, PharmD, BCPS, CDCES and Shannon Knapp, BSN, RN, CDCES join us to discuss how they have leveraged their work with stakeholders to impact this growing problem.

The Value of the DCES: Part 4 - Impacting Cardiometabolic Outcomes

In this episode, we are talking about cardiometabolic care and ways diabetes care and education specialists can integrate broader care strategies to expand their influence and value. Christie Schumacher and Waheeda Karmally join us to discuss how they have utilized their role at the center of the care team to impact cardiometabolic outcomes.

The Value of the DCES: Part 5 - Building and Managing a Population Health Program

Diabetes care and education specialists have the knowledge and skillset to impact elevated risk individuals at the population level. In this episode, Dawn Noe joins us to share how she leveraged her role to setup and manage a remote monitoring program to impact population health.

The Value of the DCES: Part 6 - Leveraging the DCES Value in Person-Centered Care

In this episode, we are talking about the diabetes care and education specialists value in the context of person-centered care and behavioral, mental, and emotional well-being. Dr. Bill Polonsky joins us to discuss how to leverage this role at the center of the care team to improve outcomes.

The Value of the DCES: Part 7 - Utilizing Technology

In this episode, we’re talking about the value diabetes care and education specialists provide in utilizing technology and engaging the Identify, Configure, Collaborate (ICC) Framework to improve care. Dr. Michelle Magee and Trish Montesinos join us to share their experience in managing technology to reduce burden while increasing quality of life.

The Value of the DCES: Part 8 - Communicating Value in Conversations

This episode is the final in our eight-part Value Toolkit series where we discuss the value provided as a diabetes care and education specialist, and how to leverage that value to promote this role. Join us as 2021 ADCES President Kellie Rodriguez, RN, MSN, MBA, CDCES and 2022 ADCES President Jan Kavookjian, Ph.D., MBA, FAPhA, FADCES share guidance that diabetes education and care specialists can use to take ownership of their image and create demand at different levels of the healthcare system.

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