Introduction: CTC is a 15-month intervention study evaluating a patient-centered, home telehealth care model for young adults (YA) ages 16-25 with T1D. The patient-centered CoYoT1 Care arm includes a shared decision-making tool completed by providers (n=3) and patients (n=47) prior to each visit. The present analysis examines how patients and providers collaborated to shape initial visit agendas. Methods: Six potential topics were each rated on a 1-5 scale, where higher values indicate greater importance. Patient and provider ratings within each topic were compared using paired t-tests. Next, ratings were compared between visits where a topic was discussed or not discussed using independent t-tests; patient and provider data were evaluated separately.

Results: Blood sugar ranges and supply/medication issues were discussed most frequently. Providers assigned higher overall importance to emotional well-being than their patients (p=0.005), but this topic was only discussed when patients assigned higher importance (p=0.001). Also, despite higher provider ratings, blood sugar ranges were only discussed when patients assigned higher importance (p=0.003). Discussion: Consistent with the CoYoT1 Care model, patients and providers collaborated to shape visit agendas, slightly favoring the patient perspective. Topics discussed were those assigned higher importance by patients and providers.


J.J. Flores Garcia: None. E. Pyatak: None. M.W. Reid: None. J.L. Fogel: None. J. Diaz: None. J. Raymond: None.

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