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We describe the rapid implementation of a Diabetes Telemedicine Clinic during the Coronavirus disease 2019 Outbreak and satisfaction, intervention for poorly controlled type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients. The importance of telemedicine in diabetes care became more evident during the coronavirus disease 2019. pandemic as many people with diabetes, especially those in areas without well-established telemedicine, lost access to their health care providers (HCPs) during this pandemic. Diabetes Telemedicine health care providers (HCPs) during this pandemic interventionist received regular existing diabetes remote home monitoring data alerts and called patients by telemedicine at scheduled intervals. A graphical report summarizing patient existing diabetes remote home monitoring data was sent to providers to inform clinical decision making during a scheduled clinic follow-up. The results showed consistently high levels of Telemedicine device use during the intervention period, high ratings of usability and program satisfaction from patients, and high ratings of provider satisfaction with the program.Aim of the study: Todescribe the rapid implementation of a Diabetes Telemedicine Clinic During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak Our Protocol, Experience, and Satisfaction Reports in Makkah Al-Mukarramah Saudi Arabia2022.
Method:cross sectional study conducted about Telemedicine during Clinic Coronavirus disease 2019, we We describe a simplified protocol of a Diabetes Telemedicine Clinic uses of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic among diabetes Type 2 using the search terms “Telemedicine” and “Coronavirus-19”.Our total participants were (200) patients with Type 2 Diabetes attending a virtual integrated care clinic center
Results:the participant with satisfaction and heave a significant relation between the satisfaction and frequency while P-value<0.001 and X245.125, participant toward Satisfaction study results show the majority of participant not Satisfied were(74.0%) while satisfied were(26.0 %).
Conclusion: Most Saudi patients with T2DM have adapted to Telemedicine Clinic consultations, exhibiting good satisfaction and perception, and high preference to continue using this system in the future.The utilization of the service to assist patients with diabetes is highly encouraged, especially during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak. Strategies need to be developed to further enhance the patient experience implementation of a Diabetes Telemedicine Clinic