Livestream: Improving Diabetes Health Outcomes in the Era of Remote Care
Spend half an hour with a leading diabetes educator and a patient advocate. Molly Wagman and Scott Johnson from RocheDiabetes Health Connection and mySugr answered questions around improving employee health outcomes and remote diabetes management amid the ongoing pandemic in a livestream hosted by Human Resource Executive.
During the course of this event, Scott and Molly covered:
- The increasing popularity of remote care during the age of COVID-19
- How diabetes management is uniquely suited for virtual care solutions
- Why virtual care is more important now than ever before – for employers and patients
- Best practices to improve diabetes health outcomes with remote care
- How to support employees with diabetes amidst the pandemic and beyond
To learn more about improving diabetes health outcomes in the era of remote care, download our latest whitepaper here.
Molly Wagman, MS, RDN, CSSD, CDCES
Head of Clinical Operations, US
Molly is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES.) She leads the mySugr coaching team and clinical programs. Molly has experience working with people of all types of diabetes achieve their health goals and is passionate about finding ways to simplify diabetes management. She has lived with Type 1 diabetes since she was 9 years old.
Scott Johnson, Patient Success Manager:
Scott is an experienced patient advocate who has worked with a wide range of stakeholders across the healthcare environment to help them establish effective communication with the patient community. His expertise in the diabetes social media space is recognized worldwide.
Today he is the Patient Success Manager, US for mySugr and continues to run his award-winning blog, scottsdiabetes.com, as time allows. Scott is also a member of the Children with Diabetes faculty where he develops educational curriculums and content for the Friends for Life annual conference and regional events. He served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Diabetes Hands Foundation and was a founding member of Partnering for Diabetes Change.
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