Putting Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) into Practice: Overcome barriers to implement CGM, and learn coding and reimbursement and how to match people with the right devices.
The Art of Telehealth: This course consists of five sections, each containing recorded presentations that offer insights from providers and people with diabetes.
Connected Insulin Devices: An assessment-based program that explores the benefits of connected insulin delivery devices, like smart pens, and their integrated data.
Danatech Device Training: FreeStyle Libre 3 system – Overview and Training
The Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System: Apply the Identify, Configure, Collaborate (ICC) Framework
The FreeStyle Libre 2 System - Optimizing Outcomes for Adult and Pediatric Diabetes Management.
Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Merging Patient Satisfaction with Data-Driven Glycemic Control
ADCES22 Live: What’s New & What’s Next in Tech: Dr. Jane Jeffrie Seley brings us the top highlights from the technology floor
The Value of the DCES: Utilizing Technology
Open-Source Automated Insulin Delivery Part 1: The Basics & Benefits
Integrating Continuous Glucose Monitors into Practice: Expert Diana Isaacs explains the difference between CGMs and BGMs and guidance on selecting the right device
Tech Device Alarm Fatigue: Strategies for Prevention & Resolution
CGM Practical Tips for the Diabetes Educator: Clinical Pharmacist and Certified Diabetes Educator Diana Isaacs shares her approach to interpreting continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data.
Understanding GLP-1 Medications: GLP-1 medications can help regulate blood sugar levels, encourage weight management and reduce risk of heart attack and stroke.
Ignite the Power of CGM in Your Practice with the Identify, Configure, Collaborate Framework: Apply ADCES’s Identify, Configure, Collaborate (ICC) framework by integrating Dexcom G6 RT-CGM features into the process.
The field of diabetes education is constantly changing. National standards are updated, best practices evolve and new medications and devices are released. New and emerging technologies can help people with diabetes optimize glucose levels, reduce diabetes burden, achieve improved quality of life, and reduce the risk of acute and chronic complications.
Diabetes practitioners and clinical practices are struggling to keep up with the pace of technological change. While essential, expertise in diabetes technology is not enough. There must also be processes in place to streamline paperwork and documentation, optimize clinical flow, educate staff and providers, and obtain reimbursement.
Danatech’s training and education resources provide a comprehensive overview of diabetes technology and how it can be effectively integrated into the clinical paradigm. We provide learning opportunities from in depth training on the latest CGMs to content that highlights the role of the diabetes care and education specialist and other healthcare professionals as technology expert and champion.
This site and its services do not constitute the practice of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always talk to your diabetes care and education specialist or healthcare provider for diagnosis and treatment, including your specific medical needs. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. To find a diabetes care and education specialist near you, visit diabeteseducator.org.
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