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123 - Transforming Chronic Disease Management: Nurse-Run, Insulin Titration by Telephone 
May 2, 2012   4:45pm - 5:45pm
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Patients and providers often express frustration with the traditional approach to chronic disease management that utilizes infrequent, provider-driven 20-minute visits. This session discusses the development of a nurse-run insulin titration by telephone program that resulted in better patient support, elimination of barriers to clinic visits, and stronger focus on medical needs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the steps of nursing algorithm for titration process.
  • Describe characteristics of patients who are appropriate for titration program.
  • Identify limitations of titration program.
  • Explain the purpose for starting the insulin titration program.

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