Presentation on theme: "ADA Diabetes-On-Demand and ADA Living Well with Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Innovative Patient Education Resources for ADA Recognized Program Staff."— Presentation transcript:
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand and ADA Living Well with Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Innovative Patient Education Resources for ADA Recognized Program Staff
Innovative Patient Educational Resources for Education Recognition Programs 2
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand & ADA Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ The American Diabetes Association in collaboration with Krames Staywell is providing this complete suite of self-management and curriculum resources at no charge to all ADA-Recognized Program staff. These resources include web-based tools, print, and interactive Go-to-Guides™ you can use with your patients. These patient resources were created by Krames Patient Education in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and sponsored by Merck via their Journey for Control Program. Krames Staywell worked with health care providers, researchers and diabetes educators to select the most appropriate and helpful information for diabetes self-management, presented in reader-friendly format. Arranged in folders for easy, print on-demand access to support your busy practice these tools are accessible from any computer, tablet, or smart-device with internet access. The information is consistent with all ADA-approved educational content. The next few slides will guide you through the resources and provide linkes to additional support as you incorporate these innovative self-help tools into your practice. Thank you for all you do in helping people with diabetes and their loved ones! 3
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand & ADA Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Staff Resources 4 Objectives: Deliver diabetes-educator-dispensed content that will promote overall diabetes self-management Facilitate direct access of diabetes health content to educators and their patients Provide an innovative delivery system for diabetes content that will promote awareness, action, and behavior change among patients Support educators and healthcare professionals with a well respected diabetes education Components: Comprehensive print workbooks available in English and Spanish Interactive multi-media workbooks Print-on-demand educator interface capability through Krames On-Demand
181 HealthSheet titles arranged in easy to use folders Library of 3000 English and 3000 Spanish sheets Search by “diabetes” to see all titles, or view the “custom content” folder under “Browse” Create you own folder with your favorite titles Most HealthSheets are available in multiple languages 5 Diabetes Health Education at Your Fingertips…
The ADA Recognized Program & Diabetes-On-Demand Language Options 6 Language Key EN - English SP - Spanish AA - Arabic AR - Armenian CH - Chinese FA - Farsi FR - French HM - Hmong KO - Korean PL - Polish PO - Portuguese RU - Russian SO - Somali TA - Tagalog VI - Vietnamese
Diabetes Health Education at Your Fingertips… 7 Simple Web interface Quickly search or browse for HealthSheets by topic Arranged in folders to save time and support ADA accreditation process Allows you to personalize sheets for the patient Print individual sheets or in batches for individual plans or to create custom education brochures E-mail HealthSheets between education sessions or as goal-setting & reminder tool prior to classes Enhances communication and increases patient satisfaction Available in multiple languages
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand 8 Login to the ADA Recognized Program Diabetes-On-Demand by pasting the link above into your browser, then enter: Account Name: ADA1 User Name: (last 4 digits of your program ID number) Password Name: password Or, you can link directly into your KOD account from Chronicle Diabetes at www.chroniclediabetes.com www.chroniclediabetes.com www.kramesondemand.com
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand 9 To access the Quick Start Guide go to www.ada-ksw.comwww.ada-ksw.com
ADA Diabetes-On-Demand Quick Start Guide 10 The Quick Start Guide includes tips on personalizing education with your program name and contact information as well as printing multiple handouts in one easy step.
Where to find the ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ www.ada-ksw.com/diabeteswww.ada-ksw.com ADA Recognized Program Staff have access to additional handouts, DSMS resources, easy order for print books, and more…bookmark these sites
The ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ The ADA Diabetes Go-to-Guide™, created by Krames Staywell in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and brought to you by the Journey for Control Program sponsored by Merck & Company, is a 64-page, self-care, interactive workbook to help your patients make the daily decision to manage their diabetes. 12 www.ada-ksw.com/diabetes
The ADA Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Includes… 13 Additional information encouraging a pro-active approach to managing risks associated with Diabetes and Print Tools (hand-outs) inside the Go-to-Guide and on www.ada-ksw.comwww.ada-ksw.com
The ADA Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Features… 14 Unique page-turning format is familiar and comfortable to a wider audience, even those less web-savvy. Easy to follow Quiz at end of each section to test knowledge. Intuitive navigation bar allows users to move through the workbook with ease. Users may return to the workbook again and again, continuing where they left off.
The ADA Living Well with Diabetes Go-to-Guide™ Features… 15 Audio voiceover of the text improves comprehension for patients at all reading levels. Click on RED highlighted medical terms for easy to understand explanation. Videos and animations help patients visualize physiology and other medical concepts.
ADA Living Well with Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ Navigation and Special Features Easy to Navigate Easy to read, listen, watch, and learn Easy to share Tablet & Smart phone Access
ADA Living Well with Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ Feedback 17 “Great resource!!! I use the Go-to-Guide™ in my classes and it is easy for the patients to follow.” “This is a much appreciated tool that I use every day, thank you!” “I am a Diabetes Educator and this material is wonderful. The information is trusted and saves me a lot of time.”
The next two slides include instructions on how to login from any computer with Internet access or create a shortcut from your desktop… 18 This shortcut is created the same way as the intranet link, except for the creation of an icon on your desktop. To create a shortcut on your desktop: 1. Go to Windows Desktop 2. Right Click on Desktop – Choose New/Shortcut 3. Copy and Paste the url path below http://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspxhttp://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspx 4. Click NEXT.
19 5. Insert Account Name, user name, and password. ADA1 User Name = (last 4 digits of your program ID number) Password = password (password is case sensitive and cannot be changed) 6. Click next example https://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspx?accountname=lada1&username=2000&password=password https://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspx?accountname=lada1&username=2000&password=password 7. Name Shortcut “Krames Patient Education” 8. Click Finish 9. Test Shortcut
Comprehensive Print Workbooks 20 The workbook is available in both English and Spanish print. Convenient and easy to order using on-line order form at www.ada-ksw.com www.ada-ksw.com The Living Well with Diabetes print edition workbook is designed and formatted in collaboration with the ADA and Merck & Company, Inc. This workbook is an integral part of the ADA’s efforts to promote awareness, action, and behavior change among patients.
Questions and Support Kellie Brogden Program Coordinator, Specialty Division Krames Staywell 407 Norwalk St. Greensboro, N.C. 27407 Phone: 336-547-8970 ext 3334 email@example.com For technical support with Krames On-Demand, please email the Krames Help Desk at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-203-7902 option 1 for Help Desk. email@example.com Training, guidance and how-to-support available at: www.ada-ksw.com or call Kellie Brogden to schedule a training webinar for your program staff. We value your feedback and are here to help! For questions and comments please contact your support representative below: