Is Digital Diabetes Coaching Worth the Cost?

Does digital diabetes coaching really work? And is it worth the money? While these programs were basically unknown only a few years ago, there is now a dizzying number of businesses claiming to offer personalized mobile diabetes coaching programs. A diaTribe guide to the services lists fifteen different options, a number which may only grow […]

The Future of Insulin Therapy: New Tech For Better Outcomes

Advances in insulin types and delivery systems over the last few decades have aimed to improve blood glucose management and quality of life for people with diabetes. From improvements to insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems, to new insulin formulations, and automation of insulin delivery, the technological developments in the diabetes world have […]

The Biggest News in Diabetes Technology, Drugs, and Nutrition: Highlights from ADA 2020

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By Eliza Skoler, Jimmy McDermott, Matthew Garza, Divya Gopisetty, Frida Velcani, Emily Fitts, Karena Yan, Joseph Bell, and Rosalind Lucier The diaTribe team attended the 2020 ADA 80th Scientific Sessions to share several of the greatest highlights from the virtual conference! The American Diabetes Association (ADA) 80th Scientific Sessions was […]

The Biggest News in Diabetes Technology from ATTD 2020 – A Deep Dive on CGM and more!

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By Jimmy McDermott, Eliza Skoler, Divya Gopisetty, Emily Fitts, Frida Velcani, Kelly Close, and Albert Cai The diaTribe team is on the ground in Madrid, Spain to cover the latest news in diabetes technology from ATTD. Here are our top highlights from the conference so far […]

New Implantable Device Gains Attention

We have seen major advancements in the world of continuous glucose monitors in recent years, including Eversense, the first implantable device. This implanted device is able to monitor blood glucose, as well as alert the person when their levels get too low or high. One issue with implantable devices is how to continuously power them. […]

Diabetes Tech Updates: Spring 2019

This content originally appeared on Type 1 Writes. Republished with permission.A couple of Saturdays ago, I was lucky enough to attend the Type 1 Tech Summit in Perth, where I had the opportunity to catch up with some of the reps from the diabetes device companies to find out what’s new. Mylife Diabetescare Last May, […]