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Medicaid’s key role in financing diabetes care will grow when many low-income uninsured people with diabetes gain eligibility to the program in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act. Using a national data set to describe current health care use and spending among the nonelderly, low-income adult...
A diagnosis of diabetes can require multiple changes in a person’s behavior, diet, and lifestyle. Efforts to sustain these changes and manage this complex chronic disease can be difficult. Group visits, in which several patients meet together with a primary care provider and transdisciplinary...
Managing diabetes and preventing its associated morbidities require active partnerships between physicians and patients. Studies to date lack the level of detail to quantify the degree to which interventions that are more controlled by physicians influence outcomes versus those that are more...
We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of twenty-eight US-based studies applying the findings of the Diabetes Prevention Program, a clinical trial that tested the effects of a lifestyle intervention for people at high risk for diabetes, in real-world settings. The average weight...
A woman with diabetes points out the shortcomings of a system that blames people with the disease—rather than taking steps to prevent diabetes, diagnose it earlier, and support the best care.
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