Continuing Education Credit for Better Diabetes Care
Stronger Health Care Teams.
Smarter Information Management.
Better Diabetes Care.
Now available: a continuing education program designed by the foremost expert in how
to improve your practice... you.
The National Diabetes Education Program brings you
Better Diabetes Care, a dynamic website and resource that allows you to ask your own
questions about the real challenges that affect your practice:
- How to make patient-centered team care a reality for your patients.
- How to manage patient records, payments, and other information
in a way that’s right for you.
- How to evaluate your outcomes and make informed
decisions about improving your practice.
You choose the question, and you choose the tools and
resources you need to find the answers. Just document
the process and receive up to ten hours of continuing
education credits from the Indiana University School of
The Better Diabetes Care website is focused on how to improve the
way you deliver diabetes care rather then the clinical
care itself. The content of the website is based on
current, peer-reviewed literature and evidence-based
practice recommendations. It provides models, links,
resources, and tools to help you assess your needs,
develop and plan strategies, implement actions, and
For a nominal fee of $10, primary care providers, diabetes educators, specialists, office
managers,and managed care organization staff will
receive a certificate documenting up to ten Category 1 CE/CME
credits per project.
Visit Better Diabetes Care at www.BetterDiabetesCare.nih.gov, share the site with colleagues,
and click on the CE link to learn more and to begin earning credits!
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