Automated insulin delivery systems, also called artificial pancreas, can improve glycemic outcomes and make daily self-care easier for people with type 1 diabetes. Read more
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Are you ready to use teleophthalmology to prevent vision loss in patients with diabetes? Read more
Many health care professionals and people with diabetes have used telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. What has the experience revealed about the benefits and challenges of remote diabetes care? Read more
New technologies can improve diabetes outcomes. Learn how health care professionals can help patients access and use these tools. Read more
The new system is a major step in improving the quality of life and disease management in children as young as age 6 who have type 1 diabetes. Read more
Learn about a free service that links trusted health information from the NIH to EHR and other health IT systems. Read more
Learn about NIH-funded technology breakthroughs advancing the science of diabetes. Read more
NIH-funded study shows new system better controls blood glucose than current technology. Read more
Learn why health information technology offers numerous benefits for health care professionals. Read more
Find out how diabetes specialists and veterinarians used digital technology to help Quincy the koala. Read more
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