Health aim pharmacy (Andaranfulbari , D.B.Road, Tufanganj) 736160 Coochbehare IN
Health aim pharmacy
Health aim pharmacy (Andaranfulbari , D.B.Road, Tufanganj) Coochbehare, IN
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Diabetes Self Management Education and Support

  • By Surajit Barman
  • •  May 01, 2024

Education and support

Diabetes is complicated, and it takes practice to manage it in your daily life. You may be thinking about eating a balanced diet, exercising safely, checking your blood sugar, or giving yourself injectable medications. Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) services help you with all these practical skills, no matter what stage you are at or what type of diabetes you have. You are not alone!

What is the DSMES?

DSMES services help people with diabetes lead healthy lives. DSMES helps you manage diabetes in a way that works for you and your lifestyle. You'll learn practical skills to manage your blood sugar, eat well, stay active and problem-solve to help you live well with diabetes.

How DSMES will help me?

DSMES can help you improve your blood sugar levels so you can prevent or delay serious diabetes complications like heart disease, kidney disease, and vision loss. This improvement can help you avoid emergency care, save money on healthcare costs, and improve your quality of life. Those who participate in DSMES are more likely to have good overall health.

How do I find the DSMES service?

Your doctor can refer you to a specific DSMES program, or you can go to the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists or the American Diabetes Association to find a program near you. Once you are referred to DSMES, you can participate in telehealth for benefits.

Does my insurance cover DSMES?
Insurance coverage for DSMES varies, but many plans do cover diabetes education. Medicare covers up to 10 hours of DSMES (called Diabetes Self-Management Training or DSMT in the Medicare system) if you were diagnosed in the past year. Check with your insurance provider for more information about your benefits.

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