U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
A to Z Index
A to Z Index•
Select a letter to view all IHS.gov websites with names beginning in that letter
Register a New Account
a) providing diabetes education using motivational interviewing strategies: Ask Tell Ask, Brainstorming, Teach Back, Action Planning
b) enhancing understanding by addressing language and health literacy barriers.
c) providing culturally sensitive communication.
d) promoting shared decision making and collaborative relationship with providers.
e) helping patients change behavior (SMS and SME).
f) providing care coordination and follow-up.
g) telling patients what they need to do.
h) transporting patients to the clinic.
i) none of the above
j) a, b, c, d, e, and f
k) a, c, and g
d) Health Care
a) Local Navajo tribal members fluent in Navajo and English.
b) Non-licensed professionals.
c) Trained on the job with a designed curriculum.
d) Selected for experience, ability, and potential.
e) All of the above.
a) Diabetes health coaches meet with primary care provider at the beginning of each clinic to review which patients to see (huddle).
b) Diabetes health coaches will then see the patient in the exam room before, during, and/or after the visit with the primary care provider.
c) Treatment plans are reviewed with the patients and the providers.
d) All of the above.
Indian Health Service (HQ) - 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857 - Find a Mail Stop
Freedom of Information Act HIPAA No Fear Act
Contact Information HHS Nondiscrimination Notice