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Tips on what those with prediabetes and diabetes should pay attention to when reading food labels. Click here to download
Space for recording pre- and post- meal blood glucose results as well as food, activity, illness. Click here to download in English Click here to download in Spanish
Diabetes tests and targets- A1c, Glucose, Blood Pressure, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, Microalbumin. Click here to download
Tips for having a conversation around diabetes risk and using the Pre-Diabetes Risk Test developed by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Click here to download
This document was designed to help you be successful with the Quality Payment Program (QPP) by highlighting two Performance Categories – Quality and Improvement Activities – related to Diabetes Care. It provides a detailed explanation of two QPP Performance Categories on which eligible clinicians (ECs) will be scored. You can also access our …
Telligen takes you on a guided tour of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Compare websites and offer insider tips and tricks on how to prepare for conversations with healthcare providers in this webinar recorded in March 2017.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement guidance to using standardized tools for dosing insulin and testing blood sugar levels to help reduce insulin adverse drug events.
Telligen participated in a training session to help increase depression screenings among individuals with diabetes. This Colorado-specific Provider Guide contains information and tools for healthcare providers they can use in everyday treatment of of patients affected by prediabetes or diabetes, who may also be affected by depression.
Medicare’s Interactive Chart on Coverage and International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10) Codes of Various Preventive Health Services
Note: Please use Internet Explorer or Chrome to view this interactive PDF. An educational tool provides the following information on Medicare preventive services: Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS)/Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes; coverage requirements; frequency requirements; and beneficiary liability for each Medicare preventive service.
A useful tool for all our partners including hospitals and nursing homes (discharge planners), physicians, home health agencies, community stakeholders as well as beneficiaries and their families.
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