Diabetes and Chronic Disease Self-Management: Moving Towards Sustainability
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Diabetes and Chronic Disease Self-Management: Moving Towards Sustainability

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June 19, 2014

Join this presentation to learn from community leaders as they share their experiences seeking reimbursement from health insurance programs for their diabetes self-management programs. Speakers will share their lessons learned and how they developed the additional infrastructure needed to obtain reimbursement. Additionally, a new community to support those seeking accreditation for their diabetes education program using the Diabetes Self-Management Program as the core curriculum of an expanded program that meets the ten National Standards will be shared.

Speakers:

  • Jennifer Raymond, Hebrew Senior Life
  • Joan Hatem-Roy, Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, Inc.
  • Grace Derecho, Detroit Area Agency on Aging
  • Maria Oquendo-Scharneck, AgeOptions
  • Timothy P. McNeill, Independent Healthcare Consultant

This webinar is part of a series given by the Center for Healthy Aging and partners as part of the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Administration on Aging's (through the FY 2013 Prevention and Public Health Fund) National Resource Center on Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Programs.

Watch the recording now, or click below to download just the PowerPoint slides used in the webinar.

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