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A Collaborative Approach to Diabetes Care VI​

Speaker Presentations & Learner Feedback Forms
Day 1: General Sessions

May 14, 2024

Journey to Improving Quality of Care for Patients with Diabetes Through The Joint Commission Certification

Beth Melvin, Content Reviewer

The Joint Commission

The Leapfrog Group: Recognizing Leaders in Caring for People Living with Diabetes

Andrew Demidowich, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Chief Inpatient Endocrinology

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Matt Austin, PhD, MS, Associate Professor

Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety & Quality Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

FDA Guidance on Cardiovascular Outcomes for Diabetes Medication Trials and Applications to Clinical Management

Katherine O’Neal, Associate Professor

Harold Hams Diabetes Center

Team Based Care Co Morbidities Cardiovascular, Kidney and Heart Failure in the Outpatient Setting

Melissa Magwire, Program Director

Saint Luke’s Health System

A Prescription for Improvement: Quality, Culture & Teams

Judy Duscik, Executive Director

Providence Central Division Heart Institute

Proactive Pharmacy Care for Diabetic Patients

Sarah Mulrooney, Supervisor, Pharmacy Prior Authorization

UW Health

Bridging the Health Literacy Gap: Patient Engagement & Population Health Initiatives for Diabetes Care

Kathryn Shradley, Director, Transitions


Day 2 General Sessions

May 15, 2024

Assessing Social Determinants of Health to Promote Equitable Access to CGM Technology

Lori Swindel, Care Manager & Team Lead

Ascension Sacred Heart Gulf

John Griggs, Program Coordinator

Former Ascension Sacred Heart Gulf

Roll Out! Computerized Glycemic Protocol Improves Care, Stages Inter-Disciplinary Collaboration

Micki Nadelson, Inpatient Diabetes Care and Education Specialist

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Understanding Automated Insulin Pump Algorithms and the Need to Evaluate Settings to Avoid Insulin Dosing Errors

Janet G Zappe, Manager Endocrinology Diabetes Education

Wexner Medical Center

Diabetes Management in the Perioperative Setting

Ann Marie Hasse, Diabetes Educator

Long Island Jewish Medical Center

The Pros and Cons of Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 Receptor Agonists (GLP-1RAs) Beyond T2 Diabetes Mellitus

Missy Moreda, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist/Educator

Duke Raleigh Hospital

Clinical Utilization of U-500 Insulin in the Inpatient Setting

Chris Memering, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist

CarolinaEast Medical Center

Hidden in plain sight: Diabetes Neuropathies and the impact of mismanagement in the acute setting.

Missy Moreda, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist/Educator

Duke Raleigh Hospital