Welldoc’s Vice President of Clinical Services, Programs, and Research Malinda Peeples will be presenting at the American Association of Diabetes Educators’ Annual Conference in Houston, Texas. Malinda has been dedicated to AADE for more than 30 years, from her work at the local level to serving as AADE President in 2005-2006 to being recognized in 2018 with the Allene Van Son Distinguished Service Award.

At this year’s AADE conference, Malinda will be presenting on Monday, August 12th during the Project Vision Special Breakfast Sessions: AADE’s Vision for the Specialty.

Monday, August 12th in Grand Ballroom A at 7 a.m. CT

“Embrace the Possibilities: Explore New Models of Care to Achieve the Quadruple Aim”
Discover the opportunities and challenges for educators as the health care system moves from a fee-for-service to value-based payment. As reimbursement structure changes over the next 5 years, educators can be proactive in the practice of transformation that must happen to support this. Moving from a focus on the individual to the population requires new skills and provides opportunity for educators to assume leadership in defining practice roles and responsibilities that support their work and that of diabetes care team at the top of the license.