Tag Archives: Diabetes medication adherence

Diabetics Who Use Mail Order Pharmacies Less Likely to Visit ER: Study

Contrary to concerns, diabetic patients who received heart medications by mail were less likely to visit the emergency room than those who picked up prescriptions in person, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in the American Journal of … finish reading Diabetics Who Use Mail Order Pharmacies Less Likely to Visit ER: Study

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A CDE’s 5-Step Approach to Diabetes Education

Engaging diabetic patients in conversation and helping them to establish monitoring, nutrition and exercise goals are the first steps in an education program, explains Janet Wendle, an RN and certified diabetes educator (CDE) who is also system director of the … finish reading A CDE’s 5-Step Approach to Diabetes Education

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Pharmacist-Led Training and Counseling Improves Diabetics’ Medication Adherence by 24 Percent

Diabetics receiving self-injection training and counseling by pharmacists were 24 percent more likely to be medication adherent, according to a new study from Walgreens. The study evaluated Walgreens’ first nationwide training program for diabetic patients prescribed a self-injectable diabetes medication. … finish reading Pharmacist-Led Training and Counseling Improves Diabetics’ Medication Adherence by 24 Percent

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