The PILL Podcast

Episode 7: Dr. Tamea Evans - Fighting for Good Outcomes

December 17, 2019 Episode 7
The PILL Podcast
Episode 7: Dr. Tamea Evans - Fighting for Good Outcomes
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The PILL Podcast
Episode 7: Dr. Tamea Evans - Fighting for Good Outcomes
Dec 17, 2019 Episode 7
Stephen Williams, Trudi Matthews, Tamea Williams MD

In our second episode of the PILL podcast focused on diabetes prevention and treatment, Trudi speaks with Dr. Tamea Evans, a 2003 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Dr Evans is an Internal Medicine physician and diabetologist who is passionate about helping patients with long term illness get the tools and knowledge they need in order to get and stay well. Listen as she shares what it means to be "blessed by bad" and how doctors can be rewarded for doing a good job.

This episode includes a focus on diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), a fundamental but underutilized element of diabetes care. Kentucky has around 95 recognized or accredited DSMES programs and branches serving 88 counties across the Commonwealth. To find locations go to https://prdweb.chfs.ky.gov/KYDiabetesResources/ and search for “Nationally Recognized or Accredited Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Classes”. 

If you need assistance with quality improvement call the Kentucky REC at 859-323-3090 or email us at kyrec@uky.edu. Check out our website at www.kentuckyrec.com. For specific Quality Payment Program assistance, enroll in our online resource center at www.qppresourcecenter.org. 

Show Notes

In our second episode of the PILL podcast focused on diabetes prevention and treatment, Trudi speaks with Dr. Tamea Evans, a 2003 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Dr Evans is an Internal Medicine physician and diabetologist who is passionate about helping patients with long term illness get the tools and knowledge they need in order to get and stay well. Listen as she shares what it means to be "blessed by bad" and how doctors can be rewarded for doing a good job.

This episode includes a focus on diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), a fundamental but underutilized element of diabetes care. Kentucky has around 95 recognized or accredited DSMES programs and branches serving 88 counties across the Commonwealth. To find locations go to https://prdweb.chfs.ky.gov/KYDiabetesResources/ and search for “Nationally Recognized or Accredited Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Classes”. 

If you need assistance with quality improvement call the Kentucky REC at 859-323-3090 or email us at kyrec@uky.edu. Check out our website at www.kentuckyrec.com. For specific Quality Payment Program assistance, enroll in our online resource center at www.qppresourcecenter.org. 

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