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Diabetic patients benefit most from personalized strategies
Personalization is the key to a healthcare experience that optimizes outcomes, improves the customer experience and, ultimately, lowers costs to the healthcare system. Find out why it’s especially key for diabetic patients.
Diabetes and mHealth: Use, reimbursement, future outlook
Mobile health (mHealth) offers new ways to empower patients with diabetes in caring for themselves and making decisions that support their health.
Top ways Bernie Sanders would change the healthcare industry
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both vow to make healthcare more affordable, accessible, and higher quality. Here’s a closer look at two of the ways Sanders proposes to do this.
Top 3 cardiovascular patient compliance challenges
Top 3 cardiovascular patient compliance challenges
Staying compliant with a prescribed treatment regimen gives cardiovascular disease patients the best chance of improving their heart health and reducing future incidences of cardiac events. Here’s how to get patients on board.
Driving down heart disease costs: Tips for plans, providers
Driving down heart disease costs: Tips for plans, providers
Heart disease takes a heavy toll on the healthcare system, but promising new treatments are emerging
Applying telemedicine in diabetes care management
Telemedicine could improve diabetic patient outcomes, expand access, and provide better economic value for patients. Find out how.
Five reasons diabetic patients don’t adhere
… and solutions from experts
Presidential candidates’ ACA plans
Here’s a closer look at what the presidential candidates vow to do if elected to the Oval Office.
Prescription drug spending surges amid market forces
Prescription drug spending surges amid market forces
Factors include rising costs of brand medications, increased specialty therapy use
Strategies to reduce diabetes health management costs
Rob Danoff, DO, of Aria Health System, explains what should be done to reduce health management costs, while improving care of diabetic patients.

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