Misdiagnosis of T1D in Adults

“It is critical that doctors don’t assume that a hyperglycemic adult has Type 2,” says Dr. Claresa Levetan, an endocrinologist at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia.

Non-Medical Switching

You may not have heard this term, but you have most likely experienced it every January. It makes you anxious…

November Is National Diabetes Month

November is National Diabetes Month. One in 10 Americans has diabetes — more than 30 million people; an additional 84-plus million have prediabetes.

Helping Patients Afford Diabetes Care

Conversations about costs are difficult, but they typically lead to better adherence and a better physician-patient relationship.

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…