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Hispanics more likely to struggle with diabetes misinformationPartner with community-based organizations to implement quality diabetes programs for the Hispanic population.
Sedentary behavior linked to diabetes
Sedentary behavior linked to diabetesFurther research may determine whether changing sedentary behavior will reduce long-term outcomes.
Ethnically-tailored approach could combat diabetes risksCanadian study shows certain ethnic groups face higher heart disease risk factors than they did a decade ago.
Diabetes management moves the dial on value-based care
Diabetes management moves the dial on value-based careA medical group in New York is rapidly shifting toward “value-based” care from fee-for-service (FFS)—spurred on by a program to reduce variations in physician practice that began by focusing on patients with diabetes.
Diabetes cost projections raise alarm bells
Diabetes cost projections raise alarm bellsSpending on healthcare can be good, but in the case of diabetes, more spending likely means worsening outcomes.
Diabetes drug may reduce stroke, CV deathsJardiance is the first diabetes drug that has also been shown to lower strokes, heart attacks and cardiovascular deaths, according to a new study.
Blood glucose awareness: The first step to lowering diabetes costs
Blood glucose awareness: The first step to lowering diabetes costsDiabetes costs $322 billion per year in the U.S. Help empower consumers for a healthier bottom line.
Plans, providers say telemedicine improves diabetes management
Plans, providers say telemedicine improves diabetes managementPayers and providers alike cite benefits from utilizing telemedicine as a strategy for diabetes care management. Here are two success stories.
Humana partners with ADA to improve patient education
Humana partners with ADA to improve patient educationPatients to assist insurer, association in creating program to ensure its relevancy and practicality for those with diabetes.
Top trends in diabetes management
Top trends in diabetes managementAs the number of people with diabetes in the U.S. continues to climb, plans and integrated health systems are employing personalized strategies to help manage the disease.