New CME Course: Raising the Bar, Rating and Improving Diabetes Quality of Care in Daily Interactions

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.
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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).
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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.
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The final section of the activity includes faculty discussion and commentary about the key learning points addressed in the two patient cases.
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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.