Techniques for implementing continuous glucose monitoring in primary care

Techniques for implementing continuous glucose monitoring in primary care

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Welcome to our expert-led, independent medical education program that aims to improve the implementation of continuous glucose monitors (CGM) in primary care. Our program provides a comprehensive understanding of the clinical landscape of newly released and updated CGM technology, appropriate patient selection criteria for identifying patients with T2D that are good candidates for CGM, and how to interpret and apply data readouts to inform clinical decisions.

We also provide guidance on integrating shared decision-making strategies into clinical practice, drawing on insights from our experts on how best to educate and communicate with patients to evaluate and overcome barriers to CGM usage and adherence.

Our program is aimed at US-based primary care physicians who are looking to improve their knowledge and skills in CGM technology. Join us to learn more about how CGM can help you optimize diabetes management and improve patient outcomes.

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Interested in learning more? Dr. Jennifer Green discusses the activities and goals of this CME Program.

CME-accredited activities

Join the tutorials as the experts breakdown important updates to the CGM landscape and discuss CGM insurance coverage changes, all while examining the clinical implications for managing patients with T2D.

(0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™)

Interactive infographics

Explore the following interactive infographics to dive deeper into the most important considerations for CGM use in primary care. These infographics are updated quarterly to help you stay abreast of this quick-changing landscape.

(0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™)