The Power of Patient Retention

Retaining patients is an important part of the clinical, financial and emotional aspects of any diabetes care program. It’s well worth your investment…

Improving Diabetes Patient Care Through Nursing

With more than 30 million Americans having diabetes, nurses play a number of vital roles in providing the extensive care that the condition requires…

Four Elements of Innovative Inpatient-Centered Diabetes Care

One symposium at the 78th ADA Scientific Sessions offered discussion on important elements of inpatient diabetes care…

Diabetes Language Statement: The Language We Use Can Impact Diabetes Care

The manner, tone and words we use to communicate as health-care professionals (HCPs) can significantly impact the lives of people with diabetes. Read about the recent diabetes language statement from the AADE and ADA.

Battling Diabetes Burnout

It can be a considerable challenge to help people with diabetes burnout get back on track to effective self-management, so what can clinicians do to recognize and address the problem effectively?

Type 1 Diabetes and the Very-Low-Carbohydrate Diet (VLCD): What You Need to Know

The article “Management of Type 1 Diabetes with a Very Low-Carbohydrate Diet,” published this month in Pediatrics, suggests that a very low-carbohydrate diet (VLCD) may benefit glycemic control in children and adults with Type 1 diabetes.

Kaiser Permanente Self-Management Program Reduces Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Subjects with diabetes in Kaiser Permanente management programs lowered blood pressure, blood sugar and blood lipid levels over a 10-year period, according to the Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday (PHASE) study conducted among roughly 100,000 Kaiser patients…

TZD Update

Thiazolidinediones were hailed as wonder drugs when first released in 1997. Learn what recent research has to say about TZDs.