Course Launch Announcement: Raising the Bar, Rating and Improving Diabetes Quality of Care in Daily Interactions
Target audience: Primary Care Providers
This activity is designed to engage learners in an interactive learning experience that mirrors what they may encounter in clinical practice. It challenges clinical decision-making skills from different perspectives as learners work through a sequence of patient challenges.
The first section of the activity provides learners with an update on the latest evidence-based guidelines and outlines best practices regarding individualized treatment for type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
In the second section of the activity we’ll meet Robert and Señor Cruz, both patients struggling to manage their diabetes. Learners are presented with detailed descriptions of provider-patient interactions and asked to rate the quality of the care delivered during that interaction. The response distribution of other learners-to-date will be presented, along with the patient’s satisfaction rating. The faculty then discusses the clinical and communication issues addressed in the cases.
The final section of the activity includes faculty discussion and commentary about the key learning points addressed in the two patient cases.
This activity, Raising the Bar: Rating and Improving Diabetes Quality of Care in Daily Interactions, offers 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™, 1 AAFP CME Credit or 1 CA-BRN contact hour, and is available at: http://www.realcme.com/cms/node/749445.