Improving Processes for Freestyle Libre Education Before Transition Out of the Hospital

Ann Lanham, MSN, RN; Megan Noack, BSN, RN, CDCES; Kelly Patterson, BSN, RN; Gwen Klinkner, DNP, RN, BC-ADM, CDCES

Contact: gklinkner@uwhealth.org

The purpose of this quality improvement project was to create easy-to-use guidelines to help inpatient diabetes care and education specialists identify appropriate candidates for the Freestyle Libre device. Use of guidelines and a self-assessment tool has helped to improve consistency with recommending appropriate patients for the Freestyle Libre and has improved communication between nurses and providers.

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  1. I am diabetic for the last five years and was in a constant search for a device that can send me consistent readings of my blood glucose level. I never knew about Nightrider BluCon until one of my friends suggested it to me. It’s been a couple of months that I am using BluCon with my Libre 2 Sensors and managing my diabetic issues effortlessly.

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