People with Diabetes:
Got strong opinions about diabetes tools & treatments you wanna share with decision-makers?
Interested in being flown out to beautiful Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, to act as a patient advocate?
You came to the right place!
You have until the end of day today, July 26, to enter our 2013 DiabetesMine PATIENT VOICES SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST!
That’s right, we’re looking for 10 passionate PWDs (people with diabetes) or caregivers to receive…
People with Diabetes:
In exhibit hall displays and conference room conversations at the American Diabetes Association’s 73rd Scientific Sessions recently, there was a common theme spread throughout many discussions:
We have choices.
Whether it’s the latest gadgets like glucose meters, insulin pumps, or continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), or different types of medications, options exist and we are fortunate enough right now to be able to tailor our D-Lives how we’d like in many respects.
For this month’s Diabetes…
As a follow up to the 2012 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit event held last November at Stanford University, we wanted to share the gist of the keynote talk about why the development of standards for diabetes devices and data is so crucial.
We had thought to create a white paper on the topic, but on the recommendation of the wonderful Kelly Close of Close Concerns, decided that a video version would be much more impactful; it’s…
The fact is, a handful of manufacturers currently have a stronghold on our diabetes data. Their systems collect this vital health data for us, but are designed to withhold it so that we rely on their products exclusively to access it, share it, or analyze it.
More and more patients are finding this intolerable, and are fed up with waiting for the Pharma industry to embrace long-overdue open standards.
I’m a bit obsessed with this…
Wow! We’re excited to welcome not one, but three senior FDA officers as joint guest posters here at the ‘Mine today. All three of these individuals attended and participated in the recent 2012 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit, which we hosted at Stanford University on Nov. 16.
Dr. Alberto Gutierrez gave an opening talk titled “How Different Constituencies Can Work Together to Improve Technology Tools for Diabetes Care” (slides here); Stayce Beck participated in our “Data and…