Diabetes Your Healthcare Team Articles
Dr. Gary names six things you can do if your doctor won’t communicate.
Dr. Gary explains what to do if you don't get your test results when they are promised.
Here are the three most common blood tests used to diagnose prediabetes and diabetes.
Dr. Gary tells what to consider before withholding information from your physician.
Dr. Gary has tips to help you get the right treatment when it’s hard to explain how you feel.
Most people with diabetes work with their healthcare provider and use their own knowledge to develop a diabetes management plan. But how well do you stick to your plan?
Don’t let the computer in the examination room compromise your care. Dr. Gary tells what you can do if technology comes between you and your physician.
Learn how a CDE can benefit your diabetes management from Rachel Head, RD and CDE at One Drop, and Mark Heyman, PhD, CDE, and director of One Drop Experts, and members of the diabetes online…
Diabetes patients are experts on their condition, and sometimes they need to share their knowledge with their healthcare providers.
Healthcare providers can learn a lot from the people they treat, especially when it comes to chronic conditions such as diabetes.
Learn from our community members and expert how you can have a safe and productive hospital stay, even with diabetes.
Chris Memering, RN, CDE, discusses three common questions people ask about their care during their hospital stay.
Special guest Rachel Head, RD and CDE, and the diabetes community lend their expert advice on diabetes and hospital care.
Choosing Wisely is an initiative by the ABIM Foundation to identify commonly-used tests or procedures whose necessity should be questioned and discussed.1. Do I really need this test or procedure? Medical tests help…
Healthcare is a hot topic for many voters. Read where the presidential candidates stand on healthcare reform and how their ideas may impact your chronic disease management in the future.
RN and PWD Jewels Doskicz talks about some questions to ask your healthcare provider about your diagnosis and treatment.