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COVID-19, telehealth and the hybrid future of diabetes care

10-Jul-2020 11:25 AM EDT, by Endocrine Society

Many people with diabetes are wondering if telehealth will become the new norm post pandemic and how the patient experience will evolve.

Whitney S. Goldner, MD, Professor of Medicine of the University of Nebraska Medical Center is available to discuss what this new era of telemedicine will look like including: 

  • The benefits of telehealth for diabetes as it will increase access to care and reduce the number of missed appointments  

  • How patients can easily prepare for routine follow up visits from home by uploading their insulin pump, cgm, or blood sugar data prior to the appointment  

  • The future of diabetes care being a more personalized hybrid of telehealth and less frequent in person visits  

  • The importance of insurance companies continuing to cover telehealth visits as it can save lives when some patients might put off care due to COVID-19  

Please contact me to schedule an interview at your convenience. 




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