The COVID-19 pandemic has, at least temporarily, changed telehealth implementation within diabetes education. For the latest information on how your program can utilize the 1135 CMS waivers, visit the link below.
Diana Isaacs, PHARMD, BCPS, BC-ADM, CDCES shares tips for members of the diabetes care team who are new to telehealth.
Diana Isaacs, PHARMD, BCPS, BC-ADM, CDCES covers what you'll need to start providing virtual diabetes self-management training.
Christina Skinner, RD, CDCES shares some tips and tools for diabetes care and education specialists interested in providing virtual diabetes services.
Matthew Larsen, CDCES, LDN, RDN discusses some considerations for implementing telemedicine.
ADCES Board Member Deb Bjorsness, BC-ADM, CDCES, MPH, RDN shares some examples of how diabetes care and education specialists can use technology to develop creative and innovative approaches to providing virtual support.
There are many vendors that can facilitate telehealth services. Click the link below for a basic overview of the key functionality of the various telehealth products as reported by the vendors on their own websites. ADCES has not vetted these companies but wanted to quickly provide information for diabetes care and education specialists seeking to implement them into practice.
Access a comparison chart for licensed platforms or unlicensed platforms for distance learning.
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