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Take-Home Thoughts for Managing Diabetes


Eden Miller, DO, shares key takeaways on how personalized treatment helps in the management of diabetes.

Elizabeth Holt, MD, FACE: Dr Miller, what is your most important take-home message from this study that you have for our audience?

Eden Miller, DO: We can take individuals who are routinely testing their blood sugar according to our recommendations and see the data through an application connected by Bluetooth from their blood glucose meter with no additional effort on the patient’s part. We can have an impact on their diabetes, straight out of the gates, irrespective of how engaged they are. It gives us opportunities to take that data, as the prescriber, to be able to download it, share it, and have a meaningful discussion. To come back around asking the patient what they’ve learned about their disease. As a clinician to say, “I’m seeing these patterns on your blood glucose report, your BGP.” We can then move forward, because a lot of times in diabetes, it’s just stagnant. We have that inertia where we’re not getting any different control. I hear it from patients who see other prescribers. They didn’t do anything different…. But we’ve got to keep moving. To me, this is one of those programs that creates movement in the control and the understanding of their disease. I like it. It’s individualized. It’s unique to that person. Any time I can bring their own personal experience and their own personal victory, I’m interested in it.

Elizabeth Holt, MD, FACE: I want to thank you, Dr Miller, for joining me in this discussion. I hope you and the viewers enjoyed this Between the Lines episode. Thank you for tuning in.

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