In support of the Know Diabetes by Heart™ (KDBH) initiative, the American Diabetes Association has assembled a collaboration of healthcare systems and stakeholders in Philadelphia and the mid-Atlantic region to improve population health outcomes for people with diabetes with or at risk of cardiovascular disease via its Diabetes INSIDE® quality improvement initiative. The QI Initiative is a 3-year effort that engages healthcare systems with QI training, coaching and facilitation, data analysis, data-driven professional education, shared learning, and guideline support.

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Submissions from 2021

An Inter-professional Approach Health Coach Model to Reduce the Risk of Coronary Events in Diabetic Patients - April 15, 2021, Emmy Stup, MPH; Sandra Perez, MEd; Tanya Dougherty, PharmD; and Lawrence D. Ward, MD, MPH, FACP

Investigating Patient Perceptions of Factors That May Optimize Diabetes Self-Management - March 30, 2021, Daniel J. Rubin, MD, MSc, FACE; Deborah Swavely, DNP, RN; Sarah Bass, PhD, MPH; and Gregory S. Liptak

Hackensack University Medical Center Shared Learning QI Update - March 16, 2021, Colette M. Knight, MD and Gregory S. Liptak

The Journey of SGLT2i at TJUH - March 3, 2021, Yair Lev, MD; Mathew Francis, MD; Christine Clancy, MSN, CRNP, CDE; and Eric Shiffrin, MD

2021 Shared Learning Meetings Kickoff Meeting – February 15, 2021, Roy E. Furman, MD, PhD; Greg Liptak; and Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD

Submissions from 2019


Shared Learning Meeting Launch – November 8, 2019