Helping people with Diabetes.
Benefits to the physician practice.

We provide an enhanced patient experience in collaboration with the physician office.

  • We’re responsible for billing our services and collecting copays.
  • We provide our services in your office setting, so patients are educated in an environment they’re comfortable and familiar with.
  • We use a multidisciplinary team approach that coordinates and communicates with the primary care physician.
  • We increase your practice’s efficiency by assisting with patient training and counseling – which can be time consuming.
  • We help achieve pay-for-performance and quality diabetes focused goals.
  • We track, monitor and report on your patients’ progress and status.
  • We assist in managing your patients’ glucose, lipid levels, and blood pressure

The services we provide.

We offer individual and group education sessions tailored to the needs of the physician practice and their patients.

  • We teach patients how to self-manage their diabetes with problem-solving strateigies and skills.
  • We work with physicians to maximize medication management.
  • We train the use of diabetes devices such as blood glucose meters and insulin pens.
  • We provide nutrition counseling – diabetes meal planning, carbohydrate counting, and weight loss strategies.
  • We assist patients in developing emotional and behavioral coping skills.
  • We teach patients with diabetes how to reduce risks of acte and chronic diabetes associated complications.

Working in tandem with physicians and patients.

We help to improve the experience for both the physician office, and patients with diabetes.

  • Use of motivational interviewing techniques to address individual patient needs and adapt the diabetes education to maximize benefits.
  • Understanding the value of the patient centered medical home concept and augmenting the primary care physician’s ability to provide patient centric care.
  • Creating a partnership of community resource within the physician office space, without the expense of employing additional staff.
  • Adoption of the Chronic Care Model of health care services to optimize the role of each discipline, physician, nurse, dietitian, and pharmacist, to accomplish improved diabetes care for patients with diabetes.