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What is the role of bariatric surgery in treating Type 2 diabetes?Several recent studies explore how weight loss surgery impacts diabetes patient care.
Four ways the ACA drives higher-value diabetes careSpecific benefits patients with diabetes have experienced due to the ACA, and how those benefits are impacting diabetes costs.
Put drug development to work for diabetic patientsAlthough the diabetes pipeline is not large, we continue to have progress in meeting the unmet needs of patients with diabetes.
Diabetic patients benefit most from personalized strategiesPersonalization is the key to a healthcare experience that optimizes outcomes, improves the customer experience and, ultimately, lowers costs to the healthcare system. Find out why it’s especially key for diabetic patients.
Undiagnosed diabetes: A high cost for the health systemConsequences range from cardiovascular disease to renal disease
Strategies to reduce diabetes health management costsRob Danoff, DO, of Aria Health System, explains what should be done to reduce health management costs, while improving care of diabetic patients.
In the pipeline: diabetes care improvementsAs 2016 gets underway, improvements in diabetes health management are expected to progress. Here are some of the noteworthy trends to watch.
2015: A year of improvements in diabetes managementWhile diabetes, particularly type 2, remains an epidemic, the number of new diagnoses has begun to slow. Here are some developments contributing to the decrease.
Lessons learned in the global fight against diabetesBroader exchange of ideas for diabetes health management and related programs may result in more efficient community-based programs with a wider impact.
What’s new for diabetes management and prevention
What’s new for diabetes management and preventionFrom new ways of predicting who will and won’t develop diabetes, to new diabetes meds, to new evidence regarding which anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) might be better for your specific patient, the last year has given us better tools for helping our patients with diabetes.