字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Standard 9. Participant Progress “How satisfied were you with your service?” We have heard this question many times. But how can we measure participants' experience with DSMES services accurately and objectively? First, by measuring their outcomes. All DSMES participants should have plans that contain at least one SMART Goal: •Specific, •Measurable, •Achievable, •Relevant, and •Time-bound. SMART goals allow us to assess short- and long-term improvements to determine whether the participant is on track. In addition, all DSMES participants should have plans that periodically measure at least one clinical outcome against a baseline value. Different considerations must be made for: •The population served, •Organizational practices, and • Availability of outcome data, such as quality of life, weight loss, and cost. These outcomes should be shared regularly with the original referring provider. Delivering a measurable review of the participant's experience assists the entire team in determining how satisfactory their DSMES services are.