Are you a person with Diabetes?
We are not partnering directly with patients at this time. Patients may be eligible for Fit4D support through their insurance provider or medication/insulin manufacturer.
CHANGE IS HARD.
Adopting and adhering to new diabetes programs and treatments is tough even for the most committed people. Reasons for poorly controlled diabetes are complex and management is complicated.
We partner with pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies, and provider groups to guide their patients to the right content, when they need it. Through one-on-one coaching, patients receive guidance on how to remain adherent to their treatment plan and live a healthy lifestyle.
Fit4D support pathways are based on the principles of motivational interviewing, a technique which helps patients increase their own desire to change behavior. Fit4D coaches uniquely empower and inspire people living with diabetes to help them take a more active role in their health.
How old are you biologically? Kirsten Ward, MS, RCEP, CDE, explains Telomere testing and how healthy lifestyle behaviors, like managing diabetes, impact biological age.
Managing diabetes is about keeping your whole body healthy. Jane Abbey, RN, CDE, gives advice for staying healthy and preventing complications using the AADE7 Self Care Behaviors framework.
Helping patients change behaviors requires an understanding of how the brain forms new habits. Julie Hani, RN, BSN, BA, CDE, explains how the neuroscience of behavior change works.
Aviva Menche, Marketing Manager, Fit4D, explains how Certified Diabetes Educators can help fill gaps in care by supporting patients in between visits to the doctor.
Diabetes can increase a patient’s risk of dental disease. Nancy Barton, RN, CDE explains how to help patients get preventative dental care in order to improve health and reduce costly complications.
Check out this video of highlights from the “Influencing Patient-Provider Behavior: Is Digital the Answer” panel at MM&M.
Read about how Fit4D and Glooko are partnering to deliver highly personalized, data-driven coaching to patients and care providers.
Delica Johnson, RD, CDE, explains the importance of screening for sexual dysfunction among people with diabetes.
According to the American Diabetes Association, people with diabetes have twice the risk of hearing problems as those without diabetes. Marilyn Novosel, RN, MPH, CDE talks about the relationship between diabetes and hearing loss and shares the hearing loss symptoms to be aware of.
WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAY
We are not providing our service directly to patients at this time. You may be ELIGIBLE for this service through your insurance provider or medication manufacturer.
If you are interested in having a Certified Diabetes educator support you or a loved one on a road to better managed diabetes and improved health please share your information below: