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CPS 2023 Annual Meeting
Meet us at the CPS 2023 Annual Meeting in Orlando
Event Date:May 17, 2023
Mastering the Meal Triad: Best Practices & Implementation Strategies
This session reviews evidence-based best practices and shares implementation ideas and tools to adopt a sustainable and reproducible meal triad process in the inpatient setting.
Join Glytec at HIMSS23 in Chicago, IL.
Event Date:April 21, 2023
Spotlight on Perioperative Glycemic Management: A Technology-Driven Approach
Blood glucose levels are uniquely affected by surgical stress and anesthesia and many of those affected do not have diabetes. How teams manage glycemic levels in the perioperative setting is critical. Technology is a key tool in the strategy of obtaining optimal glycemic management.
SHM Converge 2023
Join Glytec in Austin, TX for SHM Converge
Event Date:March 29, 2023
Inpatient Glycemic Management Best Practices
Hear examples of successful QI initiatives centered on interdisciplinary training and collaboration. See how tracking health data and technology can help improve outcomes and manage patients at the bedside.
2022 ADCES Diabetes Technology Conference
Join us at the 2022 ADCES Diabetes Technology Conference in Chicago.
Event Date:December 10, 2022
Reducing Hospital Harm: The Pharmacists’ Perspective
Pharmacists, the medication experts, are well-positioned to improve the safe and effective use of insulin in the hospital. Hear key strategies that pharmacists have used to drive change and improve insulin safety across the health system.
Success Stories: Continuous Improvement Spotlight Sessions
In this session, you’ll hear directly from current customers and learn how their institutions have put these pieces together to successfully tackle practice change and create best practice frameworks. Featured speakers include Sonia Cooper, MSN, NE-BC, Chief Nursing Officer, Sentara Healthcare and Cody R. Ericson, ANP-C, MSN, Advanced Practice Team, Kaweah Health.
CMS Measures: Preparing Your Health System
Dr. Curtiss Cook, Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, reviews clinical cases and provides QI insights for hospital leaders to help them prepare for the future of inpatient glycemic management.
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