The Population Health Dashboard surfaces key summary statistics to your patient list, in addition to the core functionality of your Clinic Workspace.
In the Patient List Tab, you will see several columns with data.
- Patient Details - This field includes details such as your patients’ first and last name, date of birth (in format YYYY-MM-DD), and email address and MRN if optionally added. By default, the patient details field is listed in alphabetical order by first name. The patient list can be sorted by Patient Name.
- Last Upload (CGM) - This field shows how many days since the last time CGM data was uploaded to the platform. Typically, this date would either correspond to the last time that patient was seen at your clinic, or the last time the patient uploaded data from home. The patient list can be sorted by Last Upload (CGM).
- % CGM Use - This metric provides an estimate of CGM wear time over a two-week period. The patient list can be sorted by % CGM Use.
- GMI - Glucose Management Indicator (GMI) provides an estimate of A1C using the mean glucose over a two-week period. This estimate is only provided if there is at least 70% CGM use. The patient list can be sorted by GMI.
Equation: GMI(%) = 3.31 + 0.02392 x [mean glucose in mg/dL]
- Patient Tags - The Patient Tags field displays whatever tags you have assigned to each patient. Your clinic can create up to 10 patient tags. More details on how to create, edit, delete, assign, filter, and remove patient tags are described in Using Patient Tags.
- % Time in Range - The Time in Range field displays the percent of CGM values that fall in each target range. See Filtering your Patient List to explore options for filtering by Time in Range.
The glucose ranges follow ADA/AACE target ranges for adults with type 1 diabetes. Hover on the visualization to view the percentages for each range for a specific patient.
If a patient has less than 70% but greater than 24 hours’ worth of CGM device wear over the two-week period, the % Time in Range values will still be calculated but will be visualized with a striped pattern.
If a patient has less than 24 hours’ worth of CGM device wear over the two-week period, the % Time in Range values will not be displayed.