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Improving Self Management Skills of Older Adults With Diabetes
The study will help determine if the Better Choices Better Health Diabetes program (community-based or online, also known as the Diabetes Self-Management Program) improves the hbA1C of people with Type-II diabetes. The investigators will also examine 1) symptoms (fatigue, sleep, low blood sugar symptoms, depression, shortness of breath), 2) healthy behaviors (blood sugar monitoring; taking medications as prescribed; getting eye, foot, kidney and cholesterol exams; and activity), 3) the use of health care services. This project is a translational study to demonstrate the effectiveness of the intervention in the context of a major insurer.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
Collaborator: HealthCore, Inc.
- Behavioral: Diabetes Self Management Program
- type 2 diabetes
- WellPoint insurance or medicare supplement plan participant
- 18 years or older
- Treatment for cancer in past year
- Under 18
- Previously taken a Stanford self-management program
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study