Health Care Quality Improvement & Education in Diabetes Management:

Overcoming Clinical Inertia to Achieve Glycemic Goals


In collaboration with the American Diabetes Association, we invite you to join your colleagues and thought leaders from the ADA and Thomas Jefferson University in this 3-part CME meeting series to improve the quality of care delivered to diabetic patients in Philadelphia. This free, interactive CME activity is intended for practicing clinicians who manage patients with diabetes and will guide them through a quality improvement process using actual data from Jefferson clinics.

Together, we will explore and implement practical solutions toward overcoming the many challenges to providing quality diabetes care by:

  • Reviewing data on hundreds of patients with Type 2 diabetes seen at Thomas Jefferson University
  • Discussing barriers and gaps to achieving glycemic targets, including insulin initiation in appropriate patients
  • Identifying practical solutions to address these challenges
  • Engaging our patients with comprehensive patient education from the ADA

Complimentary breakfast will be served during the workshop.

Workshop #3 — Impact & Implications:

Addressing Improvement and Identifying Persistent Barriers to Optimal Type 2 Diabetes Management

April 23, 2014

7:30 am – 9:00 am

Bluemle Life Sciences Building, Room 105/107
233 South 10th Street

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia

Obtain CE/CME Credit

In order to receive your continuing education certificate for Workshop #3, you must complete the online evaluation. You will be able to print your own certificate upon completion.

**The evaluation will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
**Should you have any questions, please email .

This continuing medical education activity is sponsored by the American Diabetes Association.

This program is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from sanofi-aventis US.

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