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Diabetes Technical Assistance

The Transformation Center will be offering technical assistance and resources to support CCOs and clinics working on the following diabetes CCO incentive measures: HbA1c poor control and oral evaluations for adults with diabetes.

Current opportunities

Webinar: Peer-to-peer learning for CCOs

The Transformation Center invites CCO staff to a webinar focused on the diabetes: HbA1c poor control incentive metric. The webinar features representatives from Columbia Pacific and Trillium CCOs, who will share how they share data with clinics, use their incentive dollars to improve diabetes programs, improve care through learning collaboratives, and their other keys to success with this metric. Sara Kleinschmit from OHA’s metrics team will also give an outline of the metric and answer questions.

Webinar: Tailoring nutrition programming to fit different communities and populations

Join the Transformation Center for a presentation from the Oregon Food Bank and two of their partner organizations, African Family Holistic Health Organization and Familias en Accion, about how you can create and work with programs responsive to the diverse populations and different types of communities we serve.

  • January 30, 2020, noon-1 p.m.
  • Register here
  • Audience: CCO staff working on clinic quality improvement, diabetes care adn patient nutrition

Webinar: Peer-to-peer learning for clinics

Presenters from Winding Waters Clinic and Old Town Clinic will share how they create workflows, address social determinants of health, offer team-based care and involve pharmacists, among other best practices for diabetes care.

Resources

National Diabetes Prevention Program

Effective January 1, 2019, the National Diabetes Prevention Program is a Medicaid and Medicare covered benefit in Oregon. Resources are available for CCOs and primary care teams to support work to prevent diabetes at both the system and clinic levels.

See program information and benefit coverage in Oregon, including billing guidance, training opportunities, implementation resources, and more.​​

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