Care Management


Kenneth J. Snow, MD, MBA, remarks on why coverage for preventive measures is so valuable in diabetes and explains how his organization works with members to ensure that they understand risk factors for disease progression and take a proactive role in managing their condition.
Before ending their discussion in this program, Dennis P. Scanlon, PhD; Zachary T. Bloomgarden, MD, MACE; Robert Gabbay, MD, PhD, FACP; Michael Gardner, MD; and John A. Johnson, MD, MBA, share their final thoughts on optimizing care for patients with diabetes by addressing factors that affect overall management of the disease and its complications.
Even if they leave average cost the same, interventions that decrease cost variability have economic value.
Hybrid approaches allow for clinician input into case finding for care management, but training and monitoring is required to protect against unintentional biases.
The panelists, Drs Peter Salgo, John Kitchens, Steven Peskin, and Rishi Singh, provide additional insight on their expectations for the future of diabetes and management of eye-related complications.


October 17 - 18, 2014
Boston, MA
Diabetes Compendium
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Reimbursement Compendium
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HF Compendium