Post Tagged with: "diabetes"

Joseph Kvedar, MD, Founder & Director of the Center for Connected Health

Connected Health as a Therapeutic

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August 11, 2014

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Pharmacy and pharmaceuticals:

I heard the other day that by 2017, 50% of the pharmacy spend in the U.S. will be on specialty pharmacy.

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YofiMeter

This Glucometer is Yofi and that is Fantastic!

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May 29, 2014

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Innovation/innovative companies, Videos&Vlogs, Wireless Health, WLSA 2014 Convergence Summit:

The YofiMeter is a glucometer and more. Because it is a cellular device and has Bluetooth capability, it serves as a data hub for people with diabetes.

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T1D Exchange – Helping Patients & Researchers Collaborate Toward a Cure

T1D Exchange – Helping Patients & Researchers Collaborate Toward a Cure

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May 25, 2014

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IT:

T1D Exchange is a comprehensive data platform and ecosystem where patients, physicians, researchers, and industry can share information and ideas. The platform supports real-time research, data collection, clinical trial recruitment, and patient insights.

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How much can we demand of consumer connected health?

How much can we demand of consumer connected health?

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May 3, 2014

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IT:

A few years back, when I first became fascinated by self-tracking, I committed to use and understand all of the trackers on the market at the time.

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Omada Health Team

Omada’s Goal – to be the 1st Genentech for Digital Health

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April 29, 2014

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Innovation/innovative companies, Salber:

Omada Health is a digital health company that combines evidence based behavioral science with great design and technology to help people manage chronic conditions, such as prediabetes. They are pioneering the field of digital therapeutics.

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Dr. Jaan Sidorov, host of Disease Management Care Blog

Obesity Surgery in Diabetes Mellitus: A Three Year Trial Shows High “Cure Rates.” The Implications for Population Health

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April 5, 2014

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Clinical Conditions:

In case there is any doubt about the long-term efficacy of obesity surgery for diabetes, check out this three year study that was just published by the New England Journal of Medicine.

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How does exercise benefit the body?

How does exercise benefit the body?

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March 18, 2014

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Cardiovascular, Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Exercise & fitness, Metabolism and biochemistry, Michaeli, Obesity & weight loss, Pharmacy and pharmaceuticals, Sports and Health:

By Dov Michaeli There is very little that we, the crown jewel of evolution, have to be envious of lower mammals. Or so we keep… Read More ›

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Dr. Jaan Sidorov, host of Disease Management Care Blog

Diabetes Control and Lower Weight Is Associated With Statistically Significant Savings

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March 2, 2014

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Costs:

Ultimately, while this study doesn’t prove that successful population health management for diabetes would save money, it’s one more piece of evidence pointing in that direction.

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Dr. Jaan Sidorov, host of Disease Management Care Blog

Prospect Theory In Patient Empowerment for Medical Decision Making

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February 15, 2014

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PROVIDERS:

As the DMCB understands it, prospect theory makes the unspoken biases that we all have more explicit. By identifying all the background assumptions and preferences that patients bring to the physician’s office, decision-making can be crafted so that everyone (family, doc and patient) is on the same page.

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Dov Michaeli MD, PhD is author of The Doctor Weighs In (On Everything)

Unintended Consequences of Increased Minimum Wage

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January 15, 2014

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Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, health disparities, Michaeli, Psychology & behavior:

By Dov Michaeli I don’t think there is a convincing moral argument against providing a living wage for full time work, “moral hazard”-type arguments notwithstanding.… Read More ›

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