I am so excited about this announcement!
We have long talked about health care professionals and our desire for them to recognize the value of peer to peer support. This event may be one of the first steps in a very important evolution of understanding and cooperation.
The Partnering for Diabetes Change Coalition [...]Continue Reading →
See this guy? This is Neil Benchell. He is one of my favorite people in the world. He does magic tricks, tells jokes, flies airplanes and giant kites, rebuilds antique cars, and makes balloon animals. I’m sure there are some great things I’m forgetting to mention…
I love him because he’s a great guy [...]Continue Reading →
I am one of those hardcore Cozmo nuts. Have you ever met one of us? We’re easy to spot. We usually have an old Smiths Medical Deltec Cozmo insulin pump that is well past its warranty period, is a bunch of different colors (from “Frankensteining” parts off other broken Cozmos), and might even have some [...]Continue Reading →
If you’re near Chicago, I’d love a chance to meet you in person! We’re doing a special episode of DSMA Live during the meetup. Cherise and I will be there in person, and we’re hoping George can dial in from California! This event is completely free and anyone is welcome to come.
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Early last month I attended the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ. It was a large event that brought those related to endocrinology together from around the world.
Going into the event I knew that a lot of the sessions were going to be [...]Continue Reading →
I’d like to pass along some (hopefully) helpful information around some changes that are coming very soon in Medicare. I received this information from Terry Blankenship, VP of Patient Care for Diabetes Care Club. With that in mind, it’s clearly a PR push for them, but I still think it’s useful information and wanted to [...]Continue Reading →
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