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Provider and Allied Health Education and Engagement

Provider Education (CME)

Joslin provides continuing medical education for physicians and other providers as an integrated, customized component of your institution’s or company’s disease management program. Ongoing education sessions, which review the latest in diabetes therapeutic management strategies and diabetes care guidelines, are in a variety forms, including CME programs, interactive presentations, roundtable discussions, and on-line forums that are developed in collaboration with the contracting organization.

Allied Health Education

Training for allied health staff and office staff is provided on-site in forums that accommodate the practice setting.

Contact Information

Interested in learning about Joslin’s provider and allied health education?

For more information about
Joslin’s Disease Management Department,
call 617-226-5820 and choose option 3.

Page last updated: December 22, 2014