Hospitals that educate and empower diabetes patients through the use of holistic techniques report the population experiences a dramatic drop in blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, a study from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's Ambulatory Care Network found.
Developing community relationships was a foundational step to improving safety-net care in New Orleans, according to a case study of the Crescent City Beacon Community.
Google is teaming up with pharma titan Novartis to develop a smart contact lens for measuring blood sugar levels using tear fluid.
Giving nurses a larger role in care for chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes could help offset the primary care physician shortage, according to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Diabetic patients with co-pay-free access to their doctors through secure messaging and telephone-based communication were more likely to make in-person visits, according to a study published at the Annals of Family Medicine.
A wearable, automated bionic pancreas, created using an iPhone 4S and a G4 Platinum continuous glucose monitor and a software algorithm, outperformed a traditional insulin pump approach in a study on adolescent and adult diabetic monitoring published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
More than 29 million Americans have diabetes, up from 26 million in 2010, but 25 prcent don't know they have it, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
While the Cincinnati Beacon Community project has shown results in improved care, it didn't achieve all of its aims, according to an article published this month in Health Affairs. And the process wasn't always smooth.
A pilot study on whether mobile apps can help diabetics better monitor and track vision changes reveals more work needs to be done in incorporating mHealth technology into diabetic patient care, and...
About 21 million American adults had diabetes as of 2010, according to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The findings could impact hospitals' newly prioritized battle for population health.