Adults affected by diabetes are at higher risk of developing heart failure—in fact, these conditions frequently occur simultaneously. Patients with type 2 diabetes and heart failure (T2DM+HF) receive care in a complex environment with limited resources and efforts aimed at their complicated care needs.
In 2020, NCQA convened a Diabetes and Heart Failure Roundtable with a diverse panel of experts to confront the persistent challenges of care delivery and drive improvements in the quality of care for patients affected by T2DM+HF.
Panelists represented a range of disciplines across a rural and urban settings. They envisioned what optimal care for patients with T2DM+HF would look like, explored barriers that care teams encounter and offered strategies to improve and optimize care. Findings from the roundtable discussion are presented in the white paper Optimizing Care for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Failure, which includes the following key sections:
1. Ideal Care Delivery for Patients with T2DM+HF.
2. Barriers to Ideal Care Delivery for Patients with T2DM+HF.
3. Strategies to Improve Care Delivery for Patients with T2DM+HF.
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NCQA created the T2DM+HF white paper in sponsorship with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP.