MCT2D's Best Practice Database puts the best ideas in diabetes care implementation at your fingertips. Search for real solutions from across MCT2D practices, or find strategies implemented by practices similar to yours. Then connect to that practice to learn more about how they did it. Fun facts from the database:
One practice reuses donated CGM readers to cut down on costs for patients. Read More>> Another gets prescription navigation support from a free third-party online pharmacy hub. Read More>> One practice has a very very popular new low carb dietitian. They've implemented smarter, more specific RDN referrals in Epic and have seen productivity increases while still avoiding a waiting list. Read More>>
How do I earn practice-level VBR credit using the Best Practice Database?
Browse and search the database. Identify a best practice that your team would like to learn more about. Use the Contact Practice feature to connect. MCT2D will then facilitate this connection. A phone call, meeting, or email exchange with the practice would all qualify for practice-level VBR. See below for step-by-step instructions:
Filter by practice type or text keyword. Use filters to find results from similar practices to yours. All filters are optional.
To find practices that are open to a follow-up message, select "Yes" when asked Display only practices that can be contacted for follow-up. If you connect with that site and have a discussion, you will meet your practice level learning community VBR requirement.
Browse your results. Click on the title to see that practice's full report.
Reach out to another practice for more info. If the practice is open to contact, click on the "Contact Practice" button to get connected. To qualify for primary care practice level VBR, you must contact another practice using this system.
MCT2D will then facilitate this connection. A phone call, meeting, or email exchange with the practice would all qualify for practice-level VBR