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Working Together, Plans Bring Better Diabetes Care

by Ami Cole, Plan President at Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Inc. | Ohio Association of Health Plans Ohio’s Medicaid Managed Care plans work collaboratively every day to help support the over 3 million Medicaid recipients we are privileged to serve. In this effort, we have learned about the many challenges members face in accessing care… Continue reading Working Together, Plans Bring Better Diabetes Care

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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Time In Range — Not HbA1c — Should Guide Most Diabetes Treatment Decisions

Clinicians should consider continuous glucose monitoring for any person with diabetes to assess their time spent in the recommended glucose range (TIR).

Oscar Orozco

Coronavirus and Type 1 Diabetes: What You Need to Know

Worried about COVID-19? Here's the latest information for people with type 1 diabetes, from the experts at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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Medtech Takes Leap Toward New Artificial Pancreas System

Medtech companies Dexcom and Abbott each partnered with Insulet to integrate their technologies to develop the new artificial pancreas.

Sarah Sanchez, NDTR
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What Do Carbohydrates Do?

In this article, we look at the function of carbohydrates, as well as where they come from, how the body processes them, and which ones to choose.

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Study identifies enzymes that prevent diabetic kidney disease

A new study from Joslin Diabetes Center proved that certain biological protective factors play a role in preventing diabetic kidney disease in some people.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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Viola Davis Fights Diabetes With ‘A Touch of Sugar’

Viola Davis, 53 (Fences, How to Get Away with Murder), has an Oscar, an Emmy, a Tony, a Golden Globe — and, as she was shocked to discover, prediabetes.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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What to Know About Diabetes and Amputation

People with diabetes are prone to nerve damage and circulation issues. In some cases, this can make a foot or lower leg amputation necessary. However, effective treatment can usually prevent this complication. Reduced blood flow to the feet means that people with diabetes have a higher risk of developing a wound or sore on this… Continue reading What to Know About Diabetes and Amputation

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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Diabetic Ulcers: Causes and Management

Ulcers are a common complication affecting people living with diabetes. Learn what causes diabetic ulcers and how to manage them.

Sarah Sanchez, NDTR
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