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ADA Recognized Program Staff Interface & ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ Innovative Patient Educational Resources for Education Recognition Programs. Developed in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association Sponsored by Merck & Co. Brought to you by The Journey For Control Program.
ADA Recognized Program Staff Interface & ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™ Innovative Patient Educational Resources forEducation Recognition Programs
Developed in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association
Sponsored by Merck & Co.
Brought to you by The Journey For Control Program
The American Diabetes Association and Krames Patient Education have provided two Web-based tools available at no charge to all ADA-Recognized Program staff as self-management resources you can use with your patients.
These patient resources were created by Krames Patient Education in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and sponsored by Merck via their Journey for Control Program.
Krames worked with health care providers, researchers, and diabetes educators to select the most appropriate and helpful information for diabetes self-management, presented in a reader-friendly format. Arranged in folders for easy, print on-demand access to support your busy practice these tools are accessible from any computer with internet access.
The information is consistent with all ADA-approved educational content.
The next few slides will guide you through the resources and provide links to additional support as you incorporate these innovative self-help tools into your practice.
Thank you for all you do in helping people with diabetes and their loved ones!
The ADA Recognized Program Staff Interface allows ADA Recognized Program Staff to access from their desktops a robust content via an electronic print-on-demand system at the point of care. It’s easy and all you need to start is access to the internet and the last four digits of your program identification number…
Login to the ADA Recognized Program Staff Interface by pasting the link above into your browser, then enter:
Account Name: ADA1
User Name: (last 4 digits of your program ID number)
Password Name: password
Instructions to create a shortcut from your desktop follows on slides 8,9, and 10
116 HealthSheet titles arranged in easy to use folders
Search by “diabetes”
to see all titles, or view the “custom content” folder under browse
Create you own folder
with your favorite titles
Available as a PDF file you can print or save as a handy reference through
The Quick Start Guide includes tips on personalizing education with your program name and contact information as well as printing multiple handouts in one easy step.
Yes, this shortcut is created the same way as the intranet link, except for the creation of an icon on your desktop.
1. To create a shortcut on your desktop
2. Go to Windows Desktop
3. Right Click on Desktop – Choose New/Shortcut
4. Copy and Paste url path http://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspx – click next.
Insert your Account Name = ADA1, User Name = last 4 digits of your program ID number and Password = password , then click next example https://www.kramesondemand.com/index.aspx?accountname=lada1&username=2000&password=password
6. Name Shortcut “Krames Patient Education”
7. Click Finish
8. Test Shortcut
The ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™, created by Krames Patient Education in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and brought to you by the Journey for Control Program sponsored by Merck & Company, is a 64-page, self-care, interactive workbook to help your patients make the daily decision to manage their diabetes.
Available on http://www.diabetes.org/adagotoguide
Key navigation features:
Key board navigation
Follow the notes on this slide to learn a five minute introduction for clients to
build self-management skills using the ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™
Printable tools allow patients to personalize material for their specific needs
Audio voice over improves comprehension
Animation helps patients understand physiology
Roll over text explains medical terms in everyday words
Interactive Quizzes at the end of each chapter engage the patient, provide positive feedback and reinforce key concepts
Comments from type 2 Diabetes patients
reviewing the Go-To-Guide™ during design
“I love it! This is a complete guide, there is lot’s of information, it is well written, it has great interactivity (hyperlinks, audio, and video content), it is written at the right level for me, and it’s easy to navigate.”
“I did not get a lot of this when I was diagnosed. This would have been awesome…it tells you what you are doing and why you are doing it.”
“ This is valuable information that one needs to know for long term survival.”
The ADA Recognized Program Staff Interface also includes a handout you can print on-demand or email to your client for access to the ADA Diabetes Go-To-Guide™
For technical support with Krames On-Demand, please email the Krames Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
800-203-7902 option 1 for Help Desk.
Training, guidance and how-to-support available at: www.vitalitycommunications.com/adadprogramstaff
Program Coordinator, Health Solutions
407 Norwalk St.
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone - 336-547-8970 ext 3327
Mobile - 336-558-5463