Nearly one-third of people aged 65 years and older have diabetes.
The Telligen QIN-QIO collaborates with healthcare providers to improve health outcomes and reduce health disparities for people with diabetes.
- Supports people with diabetes and prediabetes through diabetes self-management education classes to make “small changes for big rewards.”
- Forms committed partnerships to provide diabetes education classes with community organizations – such as community centers, senior housing developments, and faith-based groups – that serve people with prediabetes or diabetes.
- Provides in-depth training for diabetes peer educator certification to individuals enthusiastic about community health.
- Collaborates with physician practices to improve long-term outcomes for patients with prediabetes and diabetes and extends technical assistance for Medicare reimbursement.
Visit our Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) page to learn more about Telligen’s partnership with the Everyone with Diabetes Counts initiative and to find DSME classes in your state.
Download our fact sheet (below) to learn more about this healthcare quality improvement work.
1 in 11 Americans has it. 1 in 4 adults who has it doesn’t know it. 1 in 3 adults is at risk of developing it. Diabetes National Alert Day was March 27, but we are still spreading awareness. Join us in this cause, share this 5 min risk assessment tool with your patients. Help them be proactive by taking the test. #StopDiabetes #DiabetesAlertDay http://bit.ly/diabetesriskassessment