Taking a Team Approach to Diabetes Care

Video

With diabetes affecting so many parts of a patient's life sometimes it is not enough for one provider to help them manage the condition.

%jwplayer%

With diabetes affecting so many parts of a patient's life sometimes it is not enough for one provider to help them manage the condition.

Whether it is the primary provider, the social worker, or the mental health provider, Kimberly A. Driscoll, PhD, from the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes at the University of Colorado said they have seen positive results from the team approach. Having what Driscoll called "frank conversations" can help patients identify issues with their care and help make the whole process smoother over their years of treatment.

Related Videos
Laxmi Mehta, MD | Credit: American Heart Association
Reviewing 2023 with FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf, MD
A Year of RSV Highs and Lows, with Tina Tan, MD
Gestational Low-Dose Aspirin Does Not Increase Risk of IBD Flares in Women
Riha Bhatt, MD: Mimickers and Concurrent Diseases in Pediatric IBD
Elizabeth Spencer, MD: Precision Medicine in Pediatric IBD
Anita Clayton, MD: Zuranolone for Postpartum Depression
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.