Increasing Self-Care Among At-risk Populations

Provider Technical Assistance

Tools to Improve Clinical Outcomes

Recruiting Seniors into Learning Sessions

Patient Engagement
Free Diabetes Self-Management Education

Foot Care Campaign
Everyone with Diabetes Counts

  Everyone With Diabetes Counts

Working to improve health outcomes and reduce issues of health disparities among people with diabetes.

New York Washington D.C.

The Diabetes Epidemic

Diabetes is the most rapidly growing chronic disease of our time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently predicted that one out of every three children born in the United States will develop diabetes in their lifetime. For Hispanic/Latinos, the forecast is even more alarming: one in every two.

A Community Approach

AQIN is working to promote a diabetes self-management program for underserved Medicare beneficiaries living with diabetes.

This program, called “Everyone with Diabetes Counts”, focuses on increasing patients’ knowledge of diabetes management. It also works to improve healthcare provider use of important diabetes management tests through community and partnership outreach.

Learn more about how AQIN is collaborating to reduce diabetes disparities in District of Columbia, New York.

Initiatives

Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular Health (DC)
Cardiovascular Health (NY)
Cardiovascular Health (SC)
Care Coordination
Care Coordination DC
Care Coordination NY
Overview
Beneficiaries and Families
Healthcare Professionals
Other Website Resources
Tools and Resources
Past Success
Upcoming Events
Past Events
Blog
Contact Us
Care Coordination SC
Community Based Sepsis
Educational Webinar Programs
Sepsis in the News
Tools and Resources
Diabetes Self-Management
EDC Foot Care Campaign
Diabetes Self-Management Education (DC)
Diabetes Self-Management Education (NY)
Drug Safety
Anticoagulation Safety
Hypoglycemia Avoidance
Opioid Safety
Opioid Safety (DC)
Opioid Safety in Community Pharmacy
Drug Safety (DC)
Drug Safety (NY)
Drug Safety (SC)
Immunization
Immunization (DC)
Immunization (NY)
Immunization (SC)
SC Immunization Coalition Materials
Español
MAPPP
Nursing Home Quality
Nursing Home Quality (NY)
QAPI Self-Assessment
CASPER Data
Eliminating Inappropriate Antipsychotic Medication Use
Clinical Quality Measures (QM)
Composite Measure Score
NHQCC Collaborative I Kick-Off
NHQCC Collaborative I Outcomes Congress
QI/QAPI
Using a System's Approach to Quality & Performance Improvement
Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NHQCC) Learning
Engaging Staff in Individualized Care
QAPI Self-Assessment and Related Resources
QAPI In Action
Quality Improvement (QI) Resources
Quality Improvement Strategies
Steps to QAPI
Elements for Framing QAPI in Nursing Homes
Clinical Topics
Medication Use Tools & Resources
Pressure Ulcer Clinical Tools & Resources
Restraint Clinical Tools & Resources
Falls with Major Injuries
Health Care Acquired Conditions
Eliminating Long Term Care Re-Admissions Tools & Resources
Resources
Consumers
Nursing Home Quality (DC)
Nursing Home Quality (SC)
ACE e-Newsletter
Clinical Topics
Organizational Change
Presentations and Handouts
QI/QAPI
Upcoming Events
Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship
Core Element One: Commitment
Core Element Two: Action for Policy and Practice
Core Element Three: Tracking and Reporting
Core Element Four: Education and Expertise
Quality Payment Program
QPP Support for Large Practices
QPP Support for Small Practices
CMS Webinars & Programs
Request Free Technical Assistance
QPP Education
QPP General Information
Quality Measures
Improvement Activities (IA)
Promoting Interoperability (PI)
Cost
Transforming End of Life

Contact Us

New York
Janice Hidalgo, Director
516-209-5310
jhidalgo@ipro.us

District of Columbia
Angela Diggs, Project Manager
410-872-9620
diggsa@qlarant.com