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AADE Pathway

Getting Accredited in DSME through the AADE Pathway

 

What is AADE?

The American Association of Diabetes Educators is a multi-disciplinary professional membership organization dedicated to improving diabetes care through innovative education, management and support. The mission of AADE is to empower diabetes educators to expand the horizons of innovative education, management and support.

 

This is the pathway that PPA is supporting through its grant supported pilot program to enroll pharmacies.  Pharmacies outside of the program are encouraged to consider either pathway.  However, our online help for AADE is available to any pharmacy.

 

What are the Advantages to AADE?

As the only organization dedicated solely to diabetes education, AADE has the expertise and resources required to support DSMT programs. Diabetes Education Accreditation Program (DEAP) includes program flexibility, multi-site accreditation, a simple fee structure and a stop-start online application with the ability to upload your supporting documents. DEAP not only supports sites in traditional settings, but has significantly expanded program options for diabetes care professionals by offering improved support for community-based settings such as physician offices, pharmacies, churches, and community centers.

 

How to Apply:

Step 1:Get Ready!
  • How to get started:  Applying for Accreditation
  • Work to obtain within the last year 15 credits of CE on diabetes related topics.  (unless already a Certified Diabetes Educator - CDE)  Program coordinators and instructors need!
  • Available CE programs
    PPA
    ADA
     

       ○ Application Fees 

 

PPA Webinar Prep Series

Module 1 - Tuesday, November 28, 2017   

                   Click here for a pdf of the slides     Click here for a recording of the webinar   

Module 2 - Tuesday, December 5

                   Click here for a pdf of the slides     Click here for a recording of the webinar

Module 3 - December 12, 2017

                   Click here for a pdf of the slides     Click here for a recording of the webinar

Module 4 -December 19, 2017

                  Click here for a pdf of the slides      Click here for a recording of the webinar

Module 5 -January 9, 2018 -
                  Click here for a pdf of the slides      Click here for a recording of the webinar

 

An Option for DSME Billing

 

AADE 7 Training

If you have trouble downloading the movie, here’s a ZIP file containing the movie: Click here

 

AADE Curriculum Book

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Standards

2017 National Standards

The following Standards have specific templates which are very useful in the development of your program.  In fact, you are strongly encouraged to use and follow these carefully to ensure your program is accepted.


Standard 1 - Mission Statement/Goals, Organizational Chart/Structure, Policies, and Job Descriptions


Standard 2 - Advisory Group


Standard 3 - Target Population

Standard 5 - Sample Mechanism to Ensure Patient's Needs are Met


Standard 7 - Individual Assessment, Education Plan


Standard 7 - Example Initial Patient Self-Assessment


Standard 7 - Checklist for De-Identified Patient Chart


Standard 8 - Follow-up Plan


Standard 8 - Example Follow-Up Plan for Adults


Standard 8 - Example Personalized Plan for Ongoing Diabetes Self Care


Standard 8 - Example of Ongoing Self-Management Support


Standard 9 - Goal Sheet


Standard 9 - SMART Goal Sheet


Standard 10 - Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Plan


Standard 10 - Second Example, CQI Plan


 
Step 2:

Enroll patients in program and track outcomes
● One patient must complete the program through follow up to apply

 

Step 3:

Submit application to AADE  Application must be started and completed within 90 days and documents uploaded as individual pdfs.  Only certain portions allow saving of work done.

 

Step 4:

Within 2-6 weeks AADE will contact you to set up a phone interview or site audit

 

Step 5:

Obtain Medicare reimbursement
● See AADE DSMT Reimbursement tips


Diabetes Education Accreditation Program (DEAP) FAQs

 

What PPA is providing:

1.   Training and information, as well as mentoring to walk you through the Application and program launch process

2.    Includes 5 advance webinar and assignment of a "coach/mentor" to provide direct assistance

3.    Some of the 15 hours of diabetes CE required for program coordinator and instructors.

4.    In person workshop registration, as well as Mid Year conference registration, an up to $424 value.  This is for PPA members only!  Workshop will include an intensive three hour session on the application and three hours of additional related CE programming at the Mid Year.  Approved program applicants should contact Pat Epple for the promo code prior to registration to get this included.

5.    Coverage of the $1100 application fee.  Payment only after application submitted.

6.    You will get two complimentary AADE memberships for on year upon successful accreditation of site.

 

 

Please contact Pat Epple at pepple@papharmacists.com with any questions.


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