Reducing Disparities in Diabetes Care
Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network is working to improve health outcomes related to diabetes care as well as expand access to diabetes self-management education through a program called Everyone with Diabetes Counts (EDC). More.
Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network provides free evidence-based resources to improve clinical outcomes related to diabetes. Participants in this initiative also receive assistance with data analysis and quality reporting programs, including the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), value-based modifier and meaningful use. More.
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Michelle Comeau is a master trainer of lead facilitators for chronic disease self-management workshops that use the Stanford curriculum. Through her role at the Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging, she also leads self-management workshops for people with diabetes and coordinates workshops led by others. More.
DSME Provider Toolkit — This guide familiarizes providers with DSME, provides information to help refer patients and includes consumer-friendly resources.
Evidence-Based Foot Care: Multimedia Module for Clinicians — This 9-minute multimedia module, developed by Quality Insights Quality Innovation Network, provides information about teaching foot care to patients.