Thrifty White Program Improves Medication Adherence in Diabetes March 10, 2017By Christine BlankA Midwest pharmacy chain is creating an adherence program to help its patients with diabetes. Collaborative Diabetes Model Saves Health Costs March 10, 2017By Christine BlankHow a diabetes clinic that includes a collaboration between an endocrinologist and a pharmacist can produce thousands of dollars in health-care savings. Fasting regimens may be key in treating type 2 diabetesFasting regimens have gained popularity as a technique for reducing weight and obesity. This strategy may improve insulin sensitivity in patients with insulin resistance and diabetes. Four areas of unnecessary senior healthcare October 04, 2016By Aine CrytsTwo reports highlight areas of elderly care that healthcare systems and health plans should avoid. What is the role of bariatric surgery in treating Type 2 diabetes?Several recent studies explore how weight loss surgery impacts diabetes patient care. Diabetes complications fuel rising costs July 21, 2016By Christine BlankMedication nonadherence and complications from type 2 diabetes is resulting in signficant economic and societal burdens in the U.S. and other countries, according to a new report. Four biggest challenges in diabetes health management June 28, 2016By Karen AppoldWe recently asked experts to define the top challenges associated with diabetes health management, and how health plans can overcome them. Top drivers of diabetes care costs June 19, 2016By Karen AppoldHow much does diabetes cost the healthcare system and what's driving cost increases? Find out. Remote monitoring of diabetics: Applications and reimbursement June 18, 2016By Karen AppoldHere’s how remote monitoring works to improve diabetic patient care, and a look at whether payers are paying for it. Three ways to increase compliance among diabetic patients May 29, 2016By Karen AppoldStudies have found that getting diabetes under control early on has immediate benefits. Here’s how providers and patients can more proactively address the disease.