Leap Ahead: How to Lead and Win in the
Dynamic Diabetes Care Market


We are leaping into the New Year with Leapfrog!

Let us show you ways that you can improve the patient experience at your institution and achieve recognition for delivering superior diabetes care in the hospital setting.

Glytec’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jordan Messler, and Chief Product and Experience Officer, Dr. Ashley Reynolds will be joined by Dr. Andrew Demidowich of John Hopkins Medicine. 

Dr. Demidowich, a nationally recognized expert on diabetes care who leads the expert panel for Leapfrog, will review the Leapfrog-ADA recognition program, answer questions, and provide actionable insights. 

This exclusive webinar is your guide to a comprehensive understanding of how to enhance diabetes healthcare practices, address care gaps, and improve patient and financial outcomes at your institution.



Dr. Andrew Demidowich

Chief, Inpatient Endocrinology | Howard County Medical Center ·Johns Hopkins Medicine

Dr. Demidowich completed his Internal Medicine Residency at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine and his Endocrine Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University and the Chief of Inpatient Endocrinology at the Johns Hopkins Howard County Medical Center. Dr. Demidowich has over 50 peer-reviewed publications, and his primary research interests include elucidating the interactions between obesity, inflammation, and diabetes, as well as strategies to improve care delivery in the inpatient setting. In his spare time, he loves spending time with his family, volunteering with the Cub Scouts, playing ice hockey, and teaching his kids how to ski. 


Dr. Jordan Messler

Chief Medical Officer

Jordan Messler, MD, SFHM, FACP is the Chief Medical Officer with Glytec. He trained in internal medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, and subsequently served as an academic hospitalist at Emory University for several years after residency. He is the former medical director for the Morton Plant Hospitalist group in Clearwater, Florida (serving BayCare Health), where he continues to work as a hospitalist. He is the current physician editor for the Society of Hospital Medicine’s (SHM) blog, The Hospital Leader. In addition, he previously chaired SHM’s Quality and Patient Safety Committee and has been active in several of their national mentoring programs, including Project BOOST and Glycemic Control. He has talked at national conferences on a variety of topics such as teamwork in the hospital, quality and patient safety, the history of hospitals and mentoring quality improvement projects.


Dr. Ashley Reynolds

Chief Product And Experience Officer

Dr. Reynolds has over 30 years of experience in healthcare with over 20 years as a professional nurse and healthcare leader in a variety of settings. He is an expert in e-health and digital health technologies as tools for behavior change, as well as the age-related differences in their adoption. He has published on the effectiveness of virtual coaches to reduce health risks and promote engagement. He is a frequent speaker on health, wellness, technology-mediated health behavior, and the use of digital coaching tools to improve health and has guided the development of awarding-winning mobile health applications. He is a frequent peer reviewer on the topic of technology and health for the Society for Behavioral Medicine and is a member of the American College of Sports medicine and the Patient Experience Institute. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing administration from Jacksonville University, and a PhD in nursing specializing in digital health behavior from the University of Florida.