Digital Practice Guide
Access this digital practice guide on enhancing identification and management of patients with diabetes and hypertension.
Diabetes and Hypertension Project
MPRO is working with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to encourage practices to implement guidelines that will improve the treatment and follow-up care for patients who have either hypertension and/or diabetes. MPRO is working to advance these statewide initiatives:
Increase recognition of undiagnosed hypertension at an early age and develop steps towards adequate blood pressure management, defined as <140/90. (NQF 0018).
Increase recognition of undiagnosed diabetes at an early stage and take steps towards comprehensive diabetes care for patients with HbA1c levels >9.0%. (NQF 0059).
How Can We Help?
Free services from MPRO to assist your practice with optimization of your EHR and associated diabetes and hypertension management workflows.
Incorporation of hypertension and diabetes protocols into your EHR
Quarterly reporting of NQF 0018 and NQF 0059. Semi-annual snapshot report will show how you compare to other providers in the state.
Achieving your QPP Goals Video Modules
Want to learn how focusing on your patients' cardiac and diabetic health can help you meet requirements for the Quality Payment Program? Want to earn CME credits in the process? Click the button below to view MPRO's new video modules on cardiac and diabetic health and the Quality Payment Program.
Diabetes & Hypertension E-Update
Read the latest e-update to catch up on the most recent diabetes and hypertension news.
Cardiac & Diabetes Quality Measures
Hypertension and diabetes remain prevalent both in Michigan residents and individuals across the nation. MPRO helps health care organizations and providers to select and improve Quality Measures necessary for Quality Payment Program reporting.
Hypertension and Diabetes Treatment Protocols Survey
Please complete MPRO's hypertension and uncontrolled diabetes survey. Your responses are needed to gain data by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Takeaways From the Michigan Pharmacists Association Hypertension Pilot Project
View the report here.