How to Find a Good Mental Health Provider

If you live with any form of diabetes, you’re far more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. An estimated 40% of people with type 1 diabetes and 35% of people with type 2 diabetes experience significant levels of “diabetes distress,” which can result in negative mental health repercussions, including diabetes burnout. A mental health […]

Getting the Most Out of Your Remote Healthcare Visits

This content originally appeared on Integrated Diabetes Services. Republished with permission. By Gary Scheiner MS, CDCES A long, long time ago, before the days of coronavirus, there was a little diabetes care practice called Integrated Diabetes Services (we’ll just call it IDS for short). IDS taught people with diabetes all the wonderful things they can […]

A Diabetes Educator Walks Us Through a TeleHealth Endo Appointment

With our country slowly heading back to our “new normal,” we will likely have to go back to our regularly scheduled lives, which includes being diligent about keeping up with all our routine doctor visits. It is even more important when living with diabetes to have annual eye appointments, physicals, dental appointments, and of course, […]

New COVID-19 Medicare Funding for Telehealth in Australia

By Rachael Baker COVID-19 is proving to be an extreme and unparalleled time for healthcare services across the globe. Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs) are not exempt from this rapidly changing landscape and multiple shifts are occurring in the way we now provide care. Changes to funding models are being welcomed by CDEs with open arms. […]

How to Optimize Telehealth During COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the landscape of many things: job security, the stock market, access to health insurance, and the capacity of the healthcare system as a whole. Hospitals in the United States are currently at or exceeding capacity in their emergency departments, and there is a growing need for and shortage of beds, personal protective […]