Thrifty White Program Improves Medication Adherence in Diabetes March 10, 2017 By Christine Blank A Midwest pharmacy chain is creating an adherence program to help its patients with diabetes. Collaborative Diabetes Model Saves Health Costs March 10, 2017 By Christine Blank How a diabetes clinic that includes a collaboration between an endocrinologist and a pharmacist can produce thousands of dollars in health-care savings. How Pharmacists Are Helping Patients with Diabetes in a Rural Area February 07, 2017 By Christine Blank A study has found that patients with diabetes at a rural clinic have improved health outcomes when they are managed by a pharmacist diabetes clinic. Three New Digital Tools for People with Diabetes February 07, 2017 By Christine Blank People with diabetes and health-care professionals have more options for managing their care as more companies create high-tech tools for them. Now, three recently-launched tools and apps will provide more help to pharmacists so that they can help people with diabetes in managing their disease. Five Innovative New Products for Diabetes January 23, 2017 By Christine Blank Here's a quick overview of new drugs, a novel device that can replace fingersticks, and an “artificial pancreas” meant to make life easier for patients with diabetes. CVS Diabetes Management Program Aims to Slash Costs January 23, 2017 By Christine Blank Here's how this pharmacy chain is helping patients with diabetes better manage their disease. A Class of Their Own: The Unique Challenges of Type I Diabetes November 11, 2016 By Jill Sederstrom While many aspects of diabetes care are universal, patients with type I diabetes (T1D) often face a unique set of obstacles and challenges. How Pharmacies are Helping Patients with Diabetes November 11, 2016 By Christine Blank When pharmacists get involved in patient care, significant improvements are often seen. Diabetes management is one of the most notable examples. Update on Diabetes Therapy November 10, 2016 By Monica Shah PharmD Despite evidence that optimal glycemic control can help reduce disease progression and complications, most patients do not achieve recommended treatment goals.