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Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Education for Managed Care, Pharmacy, and Payer Professionals

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Real-World, Value-Added Benefits of Real-Time CGM in an Integrated Health System

Free On-demand CE Activity

Intended Audience: This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of managed care pharmacy directors, clinical pharmacists, quality directors, medical directors, registered nurses, and other managed health care professionals.

Credit Available: Up to 0.5 credit hour available for pharmacists (ACPE), physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™), and nurses (ANCC).

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Characterize the value of Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) coverage and access through the pharmacy
  • Describe a comprehensive approach for diabetes management integrating CGM for health systems and other payer types
  • Outline key steps in the implementation of CGM coverage and access through the pharmacy
  • Define specific achievable cost savings related to CGM access and coverage through the pharmacy in terms of clinical outcomes, avoidance of resource utilization, and operational efficiencies

EXPERT FACULTY

Vanita K. Pindolia, PharmD, BCPS
Vice President, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Programs_PCM
Henry Ford Health System/Health Alliance Plan of Michigan

For complete CE information and to register for this activity, please go to:
https://www.managedcarecgm.com/case-studies/real-world

Jointly provided by Medical Education Resources and Impact Education, LLC
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Dexcom, Inc.


The Value of Real-time CGM in Reducing Hospitalizations Among Plan Beneficiaries of Advanced Age

Free On-demand CE Activity

Intended Audience: This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of managed care pharmacy directors, clinical pharmacists, quality directors, medical directors, registered nurses, and other managed health care professionals.

Credit Available: Up to 0.5 credit hour available for pharmacists (ACPE), physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™), and nurses (ANCC).

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Identify key outcome measures for diabetes management in aging populations, such as time-in-range, incidence of hypoglycemic events, and hemoglobin A1C
  • Describe the value of real-time continuous glucose monitoring (rtCGM) in reducing morbidity and resource utilization among beneficiaries of advanced age and the subsequent impact of health technology intervention on total cost of care
  • Characterize the role of rtCGM as part of a comprehensive diabetes management strategy in aging populations
  • Recognize access barriers preventing appropriate rtCGM utilization in elderly patients with public insurance and distinguish benefit design approaches to address these barriers

EXPERT FACULTY

David G. Marrero, PhD
Director, Center for Border Health Disparities
Professor of Public Health and Sciences
University of Arizona Health Sciences

For complete CE information and to register for this activity, please go to:
https://www.managedcarecgm.com/case-studies/elderlyandcgm/

Jointly provided by Medical Education Resources. and Impact Education, LLC,
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Dexcom, Inc.


Best Practices in Diabetes Care: Pharmacy Benefit Coverage for Real-Time CGM with Member Outreach Intervention

Free On-demand CE Activity

Intended Audience: This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of managed care pharmacy directors, clinical pharmacists, quality directors, medical directors, registered nurses, and other managed health care professionals.

Credit Available: Up to 0.5 credit hour available for pharmacists (ACPE), physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™), and nurses (ANCC).

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Review the available consensus recommendations regarding evidence-based care in the management of diabetes
  • Characterize the role and value of CGM as part of a comprehensive diabetes management strategy
  • Discuss the adverse effect of specific benefit design schema and excess cost-sharing on patient access and adherence to clinical interventions
  • Employ pharmacy and medical benefit design strategies that account for the heterogeneity of patient populations and optimize outcomes

EXPERT FACULTY

 

Ronald Simbulan, RPh
Director, Mail Order and Specialty Pharmacies
RWJBarnabas Health

For complete CE information and to register for this activity, please go to:
https://managedcarecgm.com/case-studies/cgmoutreach/

Jointly provided by Medical Education Resources. and Impact Education, LLC,
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Dexcom, Inc.


Best Practices in CGM Benefit Design: Payer Experience Moving CGM Coverage from the Medical to the Pharmacy Benefit

Free On-demand CE Activity

Intended Audience: This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of managed care pharmacy directors, clinical pharmacists, quality directors, medical directors, registered nurses, and other managed health care professionals.

Credit Available: Up to 0.5 credit hour available for pharmacists (ACPE), physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™), and nurses (ANCC).

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Characterize the role and value of CGM as part of a comprehensive diabetes management strategy
  • Discuss the adverse effect of specific benefit design schema and excess cost-sharing on patient access and adherence to clinical interventions
  • Employ pharmacy and medical benefit design strategies that account for the heterogeneity of patient populations and optimize outcomes

EXPERT FACULTY

Joseph Albright, PharmD
Manager, Clinical Pharmacy Services
BlueCross BlueShield North Carolina

For complete CE information and to register for this activity, please go to:
https://www.managedcarecgm.com/case-studies/medicaltopharmacy/

Jointly provided by Medical Education Resources. and Impact Education, LLC,
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Dexcom, Inc.