For decades, researchers have sought to find noninvasive ways for people with diabetes to test their blood glucose levels without the dreaded finger stick. Western New England University professors Dr. Ronny Priefer and Dr.
WALTHAM, Mass. – Two new studies validate the ability of Glytec’s eGlycemic Management System to reduce readmissions for patient populations at the center of new at-risk and value-based reimbursement models, the company says.
SAN DIEGO – Medical device maker Dexcom has launched the “Dexcom One Step Ahead Foundation: A Dexcom Employees Foundation,” a non-profit organization that will award grants to diabetes advocacy organizations.
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YARMOUTH, Maine – The cost of insulin more than tripled—from $231 per year per patient in 2002 to $736 per year per patient in 2013, according to an analysis published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
BILLERICA, Mass. – Insulet Corp. execs stand poised to take advantage of the “tremendous market opportunity” for their wireless OmniPod system and other initiatives, they said in a recent earnings call.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – A&D Company has entered into a definitive agreement to buy the necessary business assets of Toronto-based Auto Control Medical. The deal allows A&D to expand its product range and application experience across the Americas.