At the commemoration of World Diabetes Day (DMD) today, the president of the Entre Ríos (Iosper) Provincial Social Work Institute, Fernando Cañete, reminded AIM that the agency included the care of 7,974 members with this pathology, of which 2,313 were insulin dependent, and stressed that with the Habit Program Healthy, "Iosper seeks to raise awareness to prevent chronic (non-communicable) non-communicable diseases, such as diabetes." The current plan is called B2 and enjoys 100 percent coverage. In the first 10 months of this year, Iosper invested 160,000,000 pesos in these affiliates; and, at the end of 2018, the amount will be around 180,000,000 pesos. Bad diet and lifestyle, two allies of this disease.
The official said that Iosper "works to ensure a better quality of life for each member with diabetes", and recalled that for this he implemented metabolic control, where each medical auditor could request an assessment of specialists in this pathology, in patients who repeatedly. sometimes they present inaccurate controls ".
He also added that, despite significant growth from this disease, "from the Institute, with the Healthy Habit Campaign, it seeks to raise awareness about disease prevention and health promotion."
Prevention, the best tool
Cañete said that "7,974 Iosper members have diabetes. That is why our Healthy Habit Campaign proposes, among other things, to change eating habits, do regular physical exercise, and conduct routine medical examinations."
In addition, to collaborate on development Comprehensive plan for dealing with diabetes which included actions for promotion, prevention, treatment, research and dissemination, in March 2017, Iosper signed an agreement with the Argentine Diabetes Society (SAD). This agreement allows, among other things, that affiliates conduct research once a year to determine whether the treatment they are doing is effective or not.
For those who are not insulin dependent, coverage increases from 50 to 70 percent. "We implement policies to improve service quality and affiliate benefits; Iosper is moving forward to improve service provision and provider training."
Diabetes member according to department
Diabetic affiliation ratings are led by Paraná, totaling 3,559; Concordia follows, with 795; Gualeguaychú, with 563; Uruguay, with 411; Diamond, with 332; La Paz, with 356; Gualeguay, with 289 and Victoria with 287. Then they are in the Federation, with 215; Villaguay, with 210; Tala, with 187; Nogoyá, with 168; Federal, with 137; Feliciano, with 99; San Salvador, with 80, Islas del Ibicuy, with 42 and Colón, with 24.
Requirements for starting a Diabetes Plan
Members who suffer from this condition and need to be included in the Plan must present laboratory tests that support the diagnosis:
-Two fasting glycemia greater than or equal to 126 mg / dl or
-A fasting blood glucose is greater than or equal to 200 mg / dl or
– Oral glucose tolerance test greater than or equal to 200 mg / dl
-Complete Form 02-532 on all items by your doctor.
2-Leave the procedure through the window
3-Drag the sheet with the validity of the recipe book
4-Present at the pharmacy that has an agreement
5-Remove the medicine from the pharmacy.
B2 Plan ponders
B2.1: 100 percent insulin
2: 100 percent hypoglycemic
3: 100 percent test strip
4: 100 percent adjuvant to DBT (drugs related to pathology, for example, for hypertension, or dyslipidemia.
5: 100 percent used for DBT.
What is World Diabetes Day?
World Diabetes Day (DMD) is the most important diabetes awareness campaign in the world. It was founded by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1991, in response to the alarming increase in cases of diabetes in the world. In 2007, the United Nations celebrated this day for the first time after the adoption of the December 2006 World Diabetes Day Resolution, which made World Diabetes Day available as the official day of the United Nations health.
The aim is to find out the causes, symptoms, treatment and complications associated with the disease. World Diabetes Day reminds us that the incidence of these serious conditions is increasing and this trend will continue unless we act now to prevent this huge growth.