Vindico Medical Education Poster Presentation During ADA 83rd Scientific Sessions

Thorofare, NJ – Vindico Medical Education, A Wyanoke Company, is pleased to announce that their poster “Identifying and Addressing Educational Needs Regarding the Increased Risk of Complications Due to Influenza Infection in People With Diabetes” was presented by Ben Carson, Outcomes Analyst, during the American Diabetes Association’s 83rd Scientific Sessions earlier this week.

The poster highlighted outcomes from a Vindico-provided continuing education activity in which nearly 2,000 PCPs who see patients with diabetes participated. The analysis showed that PCPs had inadequate knowledge regarding the increased risk of adverse outcomes due to influenza infection in patients with diabetes, which translated into deficiencies in the prevention and management of influenza in this high-risk population. Postlearning, there was an overall 49% increase in knowledge, and 89% of participants had implemented practice changes toward improved patient outcomes, including earlier identification of influenza and intervention for patients with diabetes and flu-like symptoms.

To view the ADA poster, supported by educational grant from Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, please visit:

For more information regarding Vindico’s unique abstract, contact Katie Robinson, PhD, CHCP, Senior Director, Outcomes and Analytics, at [email protected] or 856.994.9400 ext. 540.

About Vindico Medical Education
Jointly Accredited ProviderVindico Medical Education, LLC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team through November 30, 2026.

Vindico Medical Education provides interprofessional, independent medical education for healthcare professionals, with the goal of improving patient health.

Each year, Vindico produces hundreds of successful programs addressing medical education gaps in skills/strategies and performance, with measurable practice-improving outcomes, reaching thousands of healthcare professionals in-person, online, and by mail.