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A Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis Has Helped This Doctor Help Patients with Diabetes

A profile of Dr. Michael Heile of The Family Medical Group-Cincinnati.

Colorado Law Caps Insulin Monthly Insulin Costs at $100 for Insured Patients

-Craig Idlebrook Yesterday, Colorado governor Jared Polis signed into law a measure that will cap total monthly insurance co-pays for insulin at $100. All insurers in the state will have to comply with the new regulation by January 1st, 2020. The measure caps out-of-pocket costs for a 30-day supply of insulin at $100 for Coloradans […]

If the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals agrees, this could put the health care coverage for many people with type 1 diabetes at risk.

Pediatric endocrinologist Sarah D. Corathers works with a special group of colleagues to tailor diabetes management to individual needs.

The pharmacy chain admits to dispensing pens in packs of five, even when the prescribed amount called for less, and then billed the programs for the extra amount.

Five questions with a diabetes health data geek about how data might be harnessed to improve diabetes care now and in the future.

Dr. Sanjeev N. Mehta, a Joslin Diabetes Center pediatric endocrinologist, sees opportunity in standardizing patient data collection. He’s collaborating with the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative to harness clinical data to improve diabetes care.

G. Ford Gilbert attempted to influence Alabama lawmakers to gain insurance coverage for Trina Health’s controversial diabetes treatment clinics.

A three-part examination of the unique challenges undocumented immigrants and U.S. children of undocumented immigrants face to receiving necessary type 1 diabetes care.

The Trump Administration proposes barring immigrants who might use Medicaid and CHIP. Health officials warn this could cause many to forgo routine care. This the final part in our “Undocumented with Type 1 Diabetes” series.