Advances in Diabetes Management

By |2018-07-13T12:05:24+00:00August 8th, 2018|Diabetes Management|

Several years ago, the American Diabetes Association advanced three major strategies to successfully improve the quality of diabetes management. The first strategy focuses on changing the behavior of providers and care teams. The idea is that by implementing explicit goal setting with patients; identifying and addressing language, numeracy, or cultural barriers to care; and integrating evidence-based guidelines and clinical information [...]

Developing Better Methods for Treating Diabetes

By |2017-12-07T12:58:49+00:00December 6th, 2017|Diabetes Management|

Diabetes is one of the most devastating and widespread chronic diseases there is. This is especially true in the United States, where approximately 9% of the entire population suffer from dangerous, life-threatening symptoms. To combat the negative effects of diabetes and promote healthier lifestyle choices for patients living with this infliction, it is imperative that every step be made to [...]

The Impact of eHealth on Diabetes Patients

By |2017-11-16T18:03:17+00:00October 11th, 2017|Diabetes Management|

Of all the chronic health issues plaguing Americans, none is quite as demanding or as challenging to address as diabetes. For starters, diabetes is extremely difficult to diagnose compared to other diseases. As many of its initial effects on the body relay little to no visible signs, diabetes patients often go entirely undiagnosed for years. According to a study published [...]

Improvements in Chronic Disease Management Strategies

By |2017-08-18T13:11:33+00:00September 6th, 2017|CHF Management, Diabetes Management|

No matter their severity, all health conditions bring with them added stresses and concerns that can quickly exasperate a patient’s physical and mental state. These concerns can range from the uncertainty of a treatment plan, difficulty paying lofty medical bills, or time spent in and out of hospitals, doctors' offices, and other health facilities. With isolated illnesses and injuries, these [...]

Simplifying Diabetes Patient Management for Providers

By |2017-08-18T12:05:45+00:00May 17th, 2017|Diabetes Management|

The goal of any healthcare organization is to maintain and improve the well-being of its patients. This is done in a number of ways, from the implementation of evidence-based and best-practice patient care pathways to investments in the latest healthcare technologies, devices, and ancillary services. One such technology, and arguably one that is having the most-profound impact on the way [...]

Increasing Rates of Early Detection in Diabetes Patients

By |2017-11-25T07:46:17+00:00March 1st, 2017|Diabetes Management|

Regarding the most pervasive diseases affecting patients today, diabetes proves to be one of the most under-diagnosed and neglected. Of the estimated 29.1 million people living with diabetes in the United States alone, nearly 28% are undiagnosed. This accounts for more than eight million men, women, and children completely unaware of – and therefor further endangered by – their illness. [...]

Reducing Employee Absenteeism Through Diabetes Telehealth Programs

By |2017-03-16T16:46:28+00:00December 7th, 2016|Diabetes Management|

Diabetes is a crippling disease, targeting various organs and, if left untreated, resulting in blindness, heart failure, nerve damage, and impaired kidney function. The effects of diabetes on the human body can be absolute, causing severe illness, organ failure, and – a at a rate of nearly 75,000 cases per year in the United States alone – death. By closely [...]

Telehealth Is Transforming Diabetes Management in the US

By |2017-08-18T12:11:07+00:00January 15th, 2015|Diabetes Management|

Diabetes has risen to near epidemic proportions in the US in recent years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes, a dramatic increase in the previous estimate of 26 million in 2010. Additionally, around 1 in 4 adults in the US have diabetes, but don’t even [...]