Listen to Dr. Francisco Pasquel of Grady Health System and Glytec’s Executive Director of Clinical Practice, Dr. Jordan Messler, discuss how Grady Health System rose to the challenge of COVID-19 and accelerated changes in glycemic management across their system preparing them for the future of diabetes care. Takeaways also include:
- Tactical application for driving hospital change
- Using technology to drive practice change and improve patient safety
- Strategies used to create buy-in for new technology and practice changes
- The team-based culture needed to support rapid change
- The future of diabetes technology in the hospital
Francisco Pasquel, MD, MPH
Medical Director of Endocrinology / Associate Professor, Endocrionology
Grady Health System / Emory University School of Medicine
Jordan Messler, MD, SFHM, FACP
Executive Director, Clinical Practice
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