Ohio: Access resources that may help change the lives of your diabetes patients
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes has continued to grow over the years. To find ways to help support your care for these patients, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Ohio has collaborated with several Medicaid managed care organizations, the Ohio Department of Medicaid and the Ohio Association of Health Plans. Together, we created a new online tool, Diabetes Resources for Providers. This resource is designed to guide you in your efforts to improve the lives of your patients who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
The Diabetes Resources for Providers page is filled with news, videos, blogs and other content on a statewide basis. Plus, you can link directly to helpful information that you can pass along to your patients on monitoring and self-managing their diabetic care.
Key features of the site
The new resource page includes:
An introduction to diabetes work throughout Ohio
Care coordination approach and roles
Information on health care benefits
Resources for diabetes self-management education (DSME) and medical nutrition therapy (MNT)
Additional articles and information related to diabetes in Ohio
Working together to help improve outcomes
This robust resource page is one way we’ve aligned efforts and resources to help advance the health outcomes in the Medicaid diabetic population. We’ve also standardized quantity limits to diabetic supplies and collaborated with vendors and pharmacists to make them available at the corner drugstore. By working together, we're making it easier for members of Medicaid plans to get the supplies and support needed to better manage their chronic condition.
We want to hear from you Your feedback is always welcome. Use the Contact Us feature on the main resource page to provide comments or add insights.