Videos featuring topics related to diabetes physiology, treatment, and patient care.
Diabetes Cardiovascular Outcomes Trials: What You Need to Know (18:01)
This video serves to review the general design elements of the diabetes CVOT. It also reviews the statistical tools used to interpret CVOT data and discusses how these trials can differ from a design standpoint, evaluating different populations and endpoints.
The Ominous Octet: Core Defects in Type 2 Diabetes (9:14)
Dr Ralph DeFronzo discusses 8 core defects implicated in the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes as described during his "Ominous Octet" Banting lecture presented in 2008. He also reviews the role of glucagon-like-peptide-1 (GLP-1) in many of the core defects present in type 2 diabetes.
Population Health Part 1: Diabetes Overview and Review of Value-Based Reimbursement and Care Model (17:10)
This video is the first of a 2-part series presented by Drs. Doron Schneider and Michael Shannon. It focuses on the challenges and costs associated with diabetes care and explains how reimbursement strategies are evolving to demand a value-based care system. During this discussion, value-based care system concepts such as MACRA, MIPs, and APMs are discussed.
Population Health Part 2: Implementation of a PHM Model for the Management of Diabetes (14:58)
This video is the second of a 2-part series presented by Drs. Doron Schneider and Michael Shannon. It builds on the discussion from the first video and provides an example of how a healthcare team can take a population health management approach to treating their patients.
Mealtime Insulin and the Physiological Gap (5:42)
Find out about the importance of tracking glucose levels throughout the day, and the physiological gap between mealtime insulin and normal physiology.