December 10, 2019

Technology-Enabled Glycemic Management Leads to Reductions in Variation and Increased Use of Basal Bolus Regimens for Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy

In by Heather DelCarpini

Technology-Enabled Glycemic Management Leads to Reductions in Variation and Increased Use of Basal Bolus Regimens for Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy Presentation IHI National For​um on Quality Improvement in Health Care Date December 2019 Authors Susan M. De Abate,1 H. Courtenay Harrison, Jr.,1 Jordan Messler,2 AIM Decrease clinical practice variation for glycemic management and increase the number of insulin-requiring patients treated with …

January 1, 2018

Safely Converting an Entire Academic Medical Center From Sliding Scale to Basal Bolus Insulin via Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System

In by Heather DelCarpini

Safely Converting an Entire Academic Medical Center From Sliding Scale to Basal Bolus Insulin via Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System Publication Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology Date January 2018 Authors Rosalina Newsom,1 Christopher Patty,1 Emma Camarena,1 Regina Sawyer,1 Raymie McFarland,2 Thomas Gray,1 Melanie Mabrey2 ABSTRACT Objective: Hyperglycemia is common in the inpatient setting and providers frequently rely on …

June 11, 2017

Safely Converting From Sliding Scale to Basal Bolus Insulin Across an Entire Medical Center via Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System

In by Heather DelCarpini

Safely Converting From Sliding Scale to Basal Bolus Insulin Across an Entire Medical Center via Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System Presentation American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions Date June 2017 Authors Rosalina Newsom, Christopher Patty, Emma Camarena, Thomas Gray, Regina Sawyer, Brian Brown, Raymie McFarland BACKGROUND Hyperglycemia affects up to 40% of hospitalized patients and is associated with poor outcomes, …

May 19, 2017

Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System A Medical Center Case Study

In by Heather DelCarpini

Implementation of the eGlycemic Management System: A Medical Center Case Study Presentation International Hospital Diabetes Meeting Date May 2017 Authors Rosalina Newsom, Christopher Patty, Emma Camarena, Thomas Gray, Regina Sawyer, Brian Brown, Raymie McFarland BACKGROUND Hyperglycemia affects up to 40% of hospitalized patients and is associated with poor outcomes, including increased mortality, length of stay and surgical site infections. The …

May 4, 2017

“AUTO Study” AUtomatic Titration tO Target Subcutaneous Basal Bolus Insulin Management Using eGMS in the Non-ICU Setting

In by Heather DelCarpini

“AUTO Study” AUtomatic Titration tO Target: Subcutaneous Basal Bolus Insulin Management Using eGMS in the Non-ICU Setting Presentation American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Scientific & Clinical Congress Date May 2017 Authors Joseph Aloi,1 Jagdeesh Ullal,2,3 Paul Chidester,3 Raymie McFarland4 BACKGROUND Hyperglycemia affects 30-40% of hospitalized patients and can be linked to poor outcomes, including increased mortality, longer length of hospitalization, …

February 15, 2017

Time To Target Using eGMS To Manage Inpatient Subcutaneous Insulin Basal Bolus Regimen

In by Heather DelCarpini

Time To Target Using eGMS To Manage Inpatient Subcutaneous Insulin Basal Bolus Regimen Presentation International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes Date February 2017 Authors Bruce Bode,1 Courtenay Harrison2 OBJECTIVE The importance of inpatient glycemic control on outcomes not only applies to patients managed with IV insulin in critical care areas but also patients on general surgical and …

August 23, 2016

Comparison of an Electronic Glycemic Management System Versus Provider-Managed Subcutaneous Basal Bolus Insulin Therapy in the Hospital Setting

In by Heather DelCarpini

Comparison of an Electronic Glycemic Management System Versus Provider-Managed Subcutaneous Basal Bolus Insulin Therapy in the Hospital Setting Publication Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology Date August 2016 Authors Joseph Aloi,1 Bruce Bode,2 Jagdeesh Ullal,3 Paul Chidester,4 Raymie McFarland,5 Amy Bedingfield,5 Melanie Mabrey,5 Robby Booth,5 April Mumpower,6 Amisha Wallia7 ABSTRACT Background: American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines recommend a basal bolus …

May 26, 2016

Improved Inpatient Hypoglycemia Rates With Electronic Glycemic Management System

In by Heather DelCarpini

Improved Inpatient Hypoglycemia Rates With Electronic Glycemic Management System Presentation American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Scientific & Clinical Congress Date May 2016 Authors Joseph Aloi,1 Paul Chidester,2 Amy Henderson,3 Robby Booth,3 Raymie McFarland,3 April Mumford,4 Jagdeesh Ullal5 Background Hypoglycemia is a common adverse event for patients treated with insulin in the hospital setting, and is often considered the rate-limiting step …

May 8, 2015

Use of the eGlycemic Management Solution by Glytec Produces Less Hypoglycemia for Patients Managed on Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy

In by Heather DelCarpini

Use of the eGlycemic Management Solution by Glytec Produces Less Hypoglycemia for Patients Managed on Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy Presentation International Hospital Diabetes Meeting Date May 2015 Authors Melanie Mabrey, Joseph Aloi, Paul Chidester, Amy Henderson, Raymie McFarland, Robby Booth, Andrew Rhinehart Objective The American Diabetes Association guidelines recommend a basal bolus correction insulin regimen as the preferred method of treatment …

December 17, 2014

Tides of Change Improving Glucometrics in a Large Multihospital Health Care System

In by Heather DelCarpini

Tides of Change: Improving Glucometrics in a Large Multihospital Health Care System Publication Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology Date December 2014 Authors Christopher Mulla,1 David Lieb,2 Raymie McFarland,3 Joseph Aloi2 Introduction This study explores the relationship between education for inpatient diabetes providers and the utilization of insulin order sets, inpatient glucometrics, and length of stay in a large health …

June 15, 2014

Sentara Health System Sees Glycemic Improvement for Hospital Basal Bolus Patients in the First 30 Days Using eGlycemic Management System by Glytec

In by Heather DelCarpini

Sentara Health System Sees Glycemic Improvement for Hospital Basal Bolus Patients in the First 30 Days Using eGlycemic Management System by Glytec Presentation American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Scientific & Clinical Congress American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions Date May 2014 June 2014 Authors Joseph Aloi,1 Paul Chidester,2 Raymie McFarland3 Objective Hospitalized patients who experience hyper/hypoglycemia have been associated with increased …

June 6, 2014

Integration and Patient Care Success A Case Study Using an Integrated Glycemic Management System (GMS)

In by Heather DelCarpini

Integration and Patient Care Success: A Case Study Using an Integrated Glycemic Management System (GMS) Presentation American Hospital Association Leadership Summit Date June 2014 Author Paul Chidester Objective Integration of an GMS into 3 different health system EHRs. Evaluate the impact on nursing workflow. Evaluate the effect on glycemic patient care outcomes. Description of the project Sentara Healthcare, Western Tennessee …

Patient Safety Initiative: Reducing Adverse Drug Events (ADE) With an Integrated Electronic Glycemic Management System (GMS)

In by Heather DelCarpini

Patient Safety Initiative: Reducing Adverse Drug Events (ADE) With an Integrated Electronic Glycemic Management System (GMS) Presentation American Hospital Association Leadership Summit Date June 2014 Author Andrew Rhinehart Objective Evaluate an integrated electronic Glycemic Management System (GMS) effect on patient safety by reducing hypoglycemic events. Evaluate electronic GMS effect on glucose variability after a hypoglycemic event as evidenced by reduction …

May 17, 2014

Glytec eGlycemic Management System in Combination With Clinical Surveillance Reduces Hypoglycemia and Can Identify Patients at Risk of Increased Length of Stay in Hospitalized Patients With Diabetic Ketoacidosis

In by Heather DelCarpini

Glytec eGlycemic Management System in Combination With Clinical Surveillance Reduces Hypoglycemia and Can Identify Patients at Risk of Increased Length of Stay in Hospitalized Patients With Diabetic Ketoacidosis Presentation American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Scientific & Clinical Congress Date May 2014 Authors Joseph Aloi,1 Anthony Williams,2 Robby Booth,3 Harry Hebblewhite,3 Raymie McFarland,3 Bruce Bode4 Objective Improving the quality and concomitantly …