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  1. Maxim Vinokourov
    Maxim Vinokourov February 24, 2009 at 11:18 am | | Reply

    Hi, very interesting post and your thoughts I like. Diabetes Manager seems to be very useful for patients.
    A while ago I’ve heard there is some service (I don’t remember the name) for cardio more or less similar like that – patient can measure and send to their doctor cardiogram. Seems like mobile technologies are going to help people more and more!

  2. Greg House
    Greg House February 24, 2009 at 12:12 pm | | Reply

    Diabetes is a disease that is gradually increasing in America, and many people do not have sufficient means to fight this disease, so it is advisable to indicate to people that are fed information that can fight without much cost, I recommended this and find different themes and many options for this disease.

  3. Lauren
    Lauren February 24, 2009 at 4:45 pm | | Reply

    I don’t see how this would be useful to people with type 1, but the line that really caught my attention is the one about making insurers happy. That just makes my blood boil. Do you have any idea how much money health insurance companies rake in each year by denying and screwing people out of life-saving care? Their sole reason for existence should be to cover each and every thing that a physician prescribes for their patient, whether it’s equipment, a specialist consult, medication, supplies, whatever. If a doctor says their patient needs something, that should be the end of the story, it should be paid for. It should be illegal to deny patients coverage for items that their DOCTOR has prescribed. Why do we let the insurers run the show in this country???

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