The educational equipment for people coping with diabetes will focus on cardiovascular risk evaluation and reduction and can help optimize diabetes caution while planning users for upcoming diabetes-focused appointments with their doctor. These educational equipment on TELUS health space are modelled from the Canadian Diabetes Association 2008 Clinical Practice Suggestions for the Avoidance and Administration of Diabetes in Canada. The Canadian Diabetes Association’s HealthProgram will become an interactive health trainer for users providing information and support anywhere and at anytime as required. With an increase of than three million Canadians coping with diabetes and an additional six million Canadians living with prediabetes, TELUS wellness space will empower people to manage their personal and family members health.HIP shows some impressive results such as 7 percent lower emergency room utilization and higher member fulfillment than traditional Medicaid. Related StoriesReducing hospital readmissions through Transitional Care: an interview with Rani KhetarpalICD-10 Clinical Modification: an interview with Dr. Jon Elion, Founder, ChartWise Medical Systems That is an innovative, transformational program design targeted with improving usage of healthcare for uninsured Hoosiers, providing choice, and promoting healthful outcomes, stated Kristen Metzger, president of Indiana Medicaid, Anthem Blue Blue and Cross Shield.