Diabetes


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PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR INDIVIDUALIZED T2DM MANAGEMENT:
A Multimodal Approach to Optimize Safety and Efficacy and Improve Patient Care

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Despite the implementation of government quality-improvement programs involving payment incentives and penalties to motivate clinicians to provide guideline-driven care, substantial quality gaps in glycemic control remain. More than half of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients do not reach HbA1c target goals, and many patients do not maintain glycemic control.

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Hospital Management of T2DM: Ensuring Care Coordination Across the Continuum to Reduce Readmission
A series of Live Grand Rounds Presentations and an On-demand Webcourse

This is a Grand Rounds Program


A series of live in-hospital grand rounds activities presenting strategies for greater individualization of T2DM therapy and coordination between the patient and the entire diabetes health care team upon discharge.

DIABETES 911: Diagnosing and Managing Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar State, and Hypoglycemia

This is a Grand Rounds Program


A series of live in-hospital grand rounds activities to provide up-to-date information on guidelines and expert recommendations to manage patients with diabetes who present with hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic complications

Breaking Down the Barriers to Optimal Diabetes Outcomes: Considerations for GLP-1 Agonists

This is a Grand Rounds Program


A series of live in-hospital grand rounds programs that will provide participants with the most up-to-date information in T2DM management and best practices in patient engagement.

Type 2 Diabetes Management: A Team Approach to Managing Hypoglycemia, Comorbidities, and Patient Challenges

This is a Grand Rounds Program


A series of live in-hospital grand rounds programs that will provide participants with up-to-date information and real-world approaches for the management of complicated T2DM patients at risk of hypoglycemia and with comorbidities, while delivering practical strategies for patient engagement.

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THE LONG AND SHORT OF GLP-1 AGONISTS: A Practical Approach to the Complex Nature of T2DM Management
A CME-certified Symposium

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A live CME-certified symposium on Tuesday, May 3 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. This activity will discuss the most up-to-date information in T2DM management and best practices in patient engagement.


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