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January 7, 2021

A Nurse’s Introduction to Glytec’s eGMS

In by Alexa Driscoll

guideeGlycemic Management System® Guided Workflows for Nurses that Help Improve Patient Safety1A Nurse’s Introduction to Glytec’s eGMS Glycemic management can be a major source of stress for nurses. Manually calculating insulin doses, calling physicians to verify or adjust titration, copying information from paper protocols into the EMR — they all take time away from the patient. The risks to patient …

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January 5, 2021

eGMS Implementation & Support: A proven process for glycemic management success

In by Alexa Driscoll

guideeGMS® Implementation & Support A proven process for glycemic management successCreating great software is one thing. Getting it to work seamlessly in actual hospital environments is another. That’s why we developed a streamlined post-purchase process that ensures all stakeholders have exactly what they need to achieve great results. Our tried-and-true implementation process includes detailed milestones, weekly meetings and regular progress …

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November 24, 2020

The Key to Unlocking Quality Improvement in Diabetes Care and Beyond

In by Alexa Driscoll

guideeGlycemic Management System® The Key to Unlocking Quality Improvement in Diabetes Care and BeyondBy providing a high-reliability strategy for achieving the standard of care in glycemic management, Glytec’s eGlycemic Management System (eGMS) can help improve the quality of inpatient diabetes care and positively impact organization-wide quality measures including readmissions2 and length of stay.1 Glucommander, our FDA-cleared decision support software that …

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November 9, 2020

Reduce hospital readmission rates with Glytec’s eGMS®

In by Alexa Driscoll

guideeGlycemic Management System® Reduce hospital readmission rates with Glytec’s eGMS®How Glycemic Management Impacts Readmissions Readmission rates are a key indicator of hospital quality, and high readmission rates following certain diagnoses and procedures can lead to penalties from CMS under the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP).1 While a number of variables can impact readmission rates, controlling patient blood glucose is an …

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March 13, 2020

Virtual Diabetes Care

In by Susan Lawrence

Virtual diabetes care: Unlocking the keys to real results. Dr. Ronald Dixon of Onduo and Dr. Andrew Rhinehart of Glytec. Hosted by HIMSS.Virtual diabetes care: Unlocking the keys to real results. Dr. Ronald Dixon of Onduo and Dr. Andrew Rhinehart of Glytec. Hosted by HIMSS. Virtual diabetes care: Unlocking the keys to real results. Dr. Ronald Dixon of Onduo and …

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March 12, 2020

Improving the quality and cost of diabetes care

In by Andrea Martucci

Improving the quality and cost of diabetes careLearn how Dr. Richard Pratley of Florida Hospital System (now AdventHealth Orlando) and Dr. Steven Edelman of UCSD discovered and reduced hypoglycemia risk. Hosted by American Hospital Association. Two Case Studies Presented at IHI National Forum Demonstrate Use of Glytec’s Technology and Services Leads to Improved Glycemic Outcomes Learn how Dr. Richard Pratley …

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Reducing Hypoglycemia in Hospitalized Patients: Get the Evidence

In by Susan Lawrence

Reducing Hypoglycemia in Hospitalized Patients: Get the Evidence Receive a report detailing the results of 11 clinical studies, all of which highlight use of Glytec’s eGlycemic Management System (sample pages shown here). Simply complete the form below. Reducing Hypoglycemia in Hospitalized Patients: Get the Evidence Receive a report detailing the results of 11 clinical studies, all of which highlight use …

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December 1, 2017

Improving the quality and cost of diabetes care: How Florida Hospital System discovered and reduced hypoglycemia risks. Dr. Steven Edelman of UCSD and Dr. Richard Pratley of Florida Hospital System (now AdventHealth Orlando). Hosted by American Hospital Association.

In by Susan Lawrence

Improving the quality and cost of diabetes care: How Florida Hospital System discovered and reduced hypoglycemia risks. Dr. Richard Pratley of Florida Hospital System (now AdventHealth Orlando) and Dr. Steven Edelman of UCSD. Hosted by American Hospital Association.