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Teladoc | Prevent and Delay Diabetes
Module Description
This module aims to empower health care professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify, prevent, and delay the progression from prediabetes to diabetes. Participants will explore risk factors influencing this progression and gain insights into diverse techniques for lifestyle modifications and medication options aimed at preventing and postponing the onset of diabetes. 
Learning Objectives
At the end of this module, participants will be able to: 
  • Identify the risk of prediabetes progressing to diabetes and the factors that influence this progression. 
  • Recognize diverse techniques and approaches for preventing and delaying the onset of diabetes by incorporating lifestyle modifications. 
  • Recognize approaches to prevent and delay the onset of diabetes using various medication options. 
  • Recall person-centered care goals for individuals at high risk for the progression of diabetes.
Module Faculty

Kevin Miller, DO 

Kevin Miller, DO, earned his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, MO, in 1996. He moved to the Pacific Northwest after completing a residency at Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital in Ohio. A board-certified family practitioner, he is the co-founder of Diabetes Nation, a nonprofit organization, and Diabetes and Obesity Care in Bend, OR, where he practices with his wife, Eden Miller, DO.  

An experienced clinician and leader, Dr. Miller's involvement has included state-level service as a board member and president of Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons of Oregon, Oregon’s rural health coordinating council member, and a founding member of the Bryan Institute of Physician Leadership. He has published quality improvement research in diabetes working with his team at Diabetes Nation. He is currently an American Osteopathic Association health policy fellow. 

Discussion Board

This course will feature an Online Learning Collaborative that will utilize the discussion board. 

Participating in the discussion forum offers a valuable platform for sharing insights, posing questions, and networking with fellow professionals in the field of diabetes care. Your contributions will help to shape upcoming discussions led by renowned subject matter experts. Take advantage of this opportunity to engage, learn from others' experiences, and foster a collaborative learning environment.  

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) hosts an online learning collaborative (OLC) to provide a platform for individuals interested in diabetes education and related topics to exchange information, experiences, and opinions. Please be aware that the comments and content posted by users within the OLC represent the views and opinions of those individual users and do not necessarily reflect the official stance or opinion of the American Diabetes Association.

The ADA values diverse perspectives and encourages open and respectful dialogue among OLC members. However, the ADA does not endorse or take responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or appropriateness of the content shared within the OLC.

By participating in the OLC, you acknowledge and agree that:

1. The content posted by other users is their own, and the ADA does not assume any liability for the content's accuracy, legality, or quality.

2. You are responsible for evaluating the information and advice provided by other OLC members.

3. The ADA reserves the right to moderate and remove content that violates community guidelines or is deemed inappropriate, offensive, or harmful to others.

Participation in the OLC is subject to adherence to the ADA's terms of use and community guidelines. The ADA encourages respectful and constructive discussions that benefit all members of the diabetes community.

Your engagement within the OLC signifies your acceptance of this disclaimer and your commitment to maintaining a supportive and informative environment for all participants.

IMPORTANT: Managing email notifications

After you post to the discussion board, you will automatically be enrolled in email alerts.

To avoid receiving an email every time someone posts to the discussion board, click the Following link.

Course Support
If you have questions about this course, please email
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered:
1 CME Credit
1 ABIM-MOC Point
1 ACPE Credit
1 ANCC Credit
1 AAPA Credit
1 CDR Credit
1 COP Credit
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