Burdens of insulin therapy: physicians and patients agree Burdens of insulin therapy: physicians and patients agree
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Burdens of insulin therapy: physicians and patients agree

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Insulin omission, non-adherence, and lack of dose adjustment contribute to inadequate glucose control in patients with diabetes treated with insulin. Peyrot M,...
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Big data for evidence-based interventions
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Big data for evidence-based interventions

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield health plans have announced a partnership with Onduo—a joint initiative of Sanofi and Google (Verily Life Sciences)—to use wearable glucose sensors to monitor patients with type 2 diabetes.... Read more

How you talk about diabetes matters
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How you talk about diabetes matters

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The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) have developed guidelines to help enhance communication between healthcare professionals and their patients with diabetes. Simple... Read more

How is smart technology changing diabetes management?
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How is smart technology changing diabetes management?

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Wearables, sensors and wireless data transfer are emerging trends in technology that can help make the lives of people with diabetes easier. With companies like Apple and Google (Verily Life Sciences) embarking on... Read more

Help T2D patients on insulin with CGM
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Help T2D patients on insulin with CGM

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In a study of 160 T2D patients on multiple daily injection (MDI) insulin therapy, those using a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) had improved outcomes compared to those using a traditional blood glucose meter (BGM). This... Read more

How can *digital therapeutics* change the future of healthcare?
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How can digital therapeutics change the future of healthcare?

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More than just wellness apps that encourage patients to eat better or exercise more, digital therapeutics are a whole new category of app that claim to help treat disease through behavior modification and providing... Read more

Why do patients intentionally skip insulin injections?
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Why do patients intentionally skip insulin injections?

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This internet survey of adults in the United States using insulin to treat type 1 (n=114) or type 2 (n=388) diabetes identified factors associated with patients intentionally skipping insulin injections. Peyrot M, Rubin RR,... Read more

Given the choice, over 75% of patients would stop taking their insulin injections
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Given the choice, over 75% of patients would stop taking their insulin injections

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Adherence to Insulin Treatment in Insulin-Naïve Type 2 Diabetic Patients Initiated on Different Insulin Regimens Read more