March 30th 2023
“Affordability of prescribed medication in persons with diabetes remains a significant challenge for many Americans,” the study concluded.
March 17th 2023
Company joins Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk in reducing costs for patients with diabetes.
March 15th 2023
Company follows Eli Lilly to reduce patient costs as federal health care leaders tout effects of new laws on drug prices.
October 18th 2022
Study examines patient action that ‘is frequently harmful, and sometimes deadly.’
November 24th 2020
The soaring price of insulin and other diabetes-related medications has led many with the disease to adopt strategies for coping with the cost burden of controlling the disease.
Diabetes rates show worrying growth
Number of adults with disease has increased nationally, but fastest in the south.
A Snapshot of Diabetes in the U.S.
Diabetes is a widespread and rapidly-growing disease
Greater social support linked to lower diabetes distress, study says
A perceived lack of support from family and friends can affect a patient’s ability to manage type 2 diabetes.
Won’t you be my neighbor: How lifestyle change programs for diabetes prevention evolved during COVID-19
For people addressing prediabetes, a move to virtual coaching hasn’t eclipsed the powerful pull of community-based programs.
ADA calls for unity during American Diabetes Month
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has made managing diabetes more important than ever.
Coding scenario: Type 2 diabetes
See if you can choose the correct codes.
How to improve diabetes care
Primary care physicians sometimes struggle to effectively treat patients with diabetes.
Improve diabetes prevention and care through obesity treatment
The two chronic conditions are closely linked.
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