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Optimizing Diabetes Care Delivery for the Quadruple Aim

The Quadruple Aim is a prevailing strategic objective across U.S. healthcare delivery among systems, care settings and practitioners. It strives to positively impact:

  1. The health of populations (population health)
  2. Quality of the patient’s care experience
  3. Costs associated with care
  4. Meaningfulness of the provider’s experiences

Diabetes educators are well-positioned to contribute to each component within the Quadruple Aim, which is why it was added as a pillar of the new vision for the specialty: We strive to offer care that positively impacts quality and cost of care and enhances the experience for both the person with diabetes and the provider.  




Featured AADE Blog Post

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New Vision for the Specialty Focuses on Achieving the Quadruple Aim

By Jan Kavookjian, PhD, MBA, FAPhA

Read about Jan’s unique experience as someone who has been studying outcomes of person-centered diabetes education and behavior change for 25 years in academia and now as a Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle coach. She believes there has been no time of greater excitement and anticipation for diabetes education/management/support than now.





Related Education

Recorded Webinar: New Models of Care: Diabetes and the Triple Aim
1.5 CE. 90 minutes

Payment model shifts from fee-for-service to value-based care mean a new focus on prevention of diabetes complications. Explores potential roles for diabetes educators in case management, practice coaching and expansion of their services. 

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AADE19 – Houston on August 9-12 – will have a number of sessions dedicated to achieving the Quadruple Aim, including:

AADE’s Vision of the Future for the Specialty Offers Opportunities to Ride the Population Health Wave demonstrates how embracing the population health framework can help diabetes educators to better define and expand their roles, as well as drive positive disease outcomes.
Friday, August 9, 9:45-10:45am

Articulating Your Program’s Value in Evolving Models of Care will give you the tools to demonstrate how you improve outcomes and save money.

Friday, August 9, 2:00-3:00pm

Survival Strategies: A Panel Discussion to Manage and Grow a Successful Diabetes Education Service offers tools, resources and tips for increasing the reach, impact and cost effectiveness of your services.
Saturday, August 10, 9:15-10:15am

Use of Outcomes Data and Marketing Strategies to Sustain Diabetes Programs will show you how focusing on pertinent data collection can provide your diabetes education program information to share with providers to increase referrals. 
Saturday, August 10, 10:30-11:00am 

Leveraging Digital Health to Expand Diabetes Health Services for Value-based Care will show how using digital tools at the population health level provides patient-generated health data to support the care team members working at the top of their license and also ease provider burden.
Saturday, August 10, 11:00-11:30am

Implementation of Medicare Annual Wellness Visits by Diabetes Specialists in Evolving Healthcare Delivery Models reviews how Medicare Annual Wellness Visits provide a way for to demonstrate value in primary care and evolving healthcare delivery models.
Monday, August 12, 10:45-11:15am

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