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Starting MiniMed 670G System Customer Training Phase | Medtronic

Starting MiniMed 670G System Customer Training Phase

I’m pleased to announce the start of our Customer Training Phase for the MiniMed 670G system. During this phase, we’ll focus on on-boarding a small group of Priority Access Program participants at a select number of healthcare provider sites across the country. These sites will reflect diversity in terms of practice type, size, experience
Chasing Numbers: Battling Low Blood Sugar Levels

Chasing Numbers: Battling Low Blood Sugar Levels

Busy Physician Assistant and single mother of three children, Sherifa, is all too familiar with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). “There were nights I was afraid to fall asleep,” she recalls. “I stopped getting early low warning symptoms, and there were mornings I would crash and not even know it. It was very scary.” Low
Medtronic Turning Point Facilitates Integrated Care for High-Risk Diabetes Patients

Medtronic Turning Point Facilitates Integrated Care for High-Risk Diabetes Patients

This article is based on an interview with Dr. Edward Dick, MD, Medical Director at Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc on the Medtronic Turning Point program. As Medical Director of Methodist Healthcare Ministries, Dr. Edward Dick, MD, sees the impact type 2 diabetes has on patients in his Southern Texas community. The
Medtronic Holiday Program Honors Customer on MiniMed 670G System

Medtronic Holiday Program Honors Customer on MiniMed 670G System

In December, we held our annual Holiday Program in Minneapolis. Our CEO, Omar Ishrak, says it’s the most important event of the year. It’s a long standing tradition Earl Bakken started many years ago as a way to showcase our Mission. Every year, Medtronic invites patients and physicians who represent many of our business
Preparing for MiniMed 670G System Launch

Preparing for MiniMed 670G System Launch

In September, we announced an incredibly exciting milestone that sent waves through the healthcare industry. The excitement and anticipation that we’ve seen in response to the FDA approval of the MiniMed 670G system is gratifying, both on a personal and professional level. We have the unique opportunity and privilege of introducing the first ever
Growing the Diabeter Model

Growing the Diabeter Model

Part 3 of a three-part series about Medtronic and Diabeter. In part 1, we discussed our acquisition of Diabeter as part of our overall value-based healthcare strategy. In part 2, we highlighted the components of a value-based healthcare system and how Diabeter exemplifies them. In part 3, we discuss what’s next for Medtronic and
Diabeter

Moving to a High-Value Healthcare Delivery System

Part 2 of a three-part series about Medtronic and Diabeter. In part 1, we discussed our acquisition of Diabeter as part of our overall value-based health care strategy. In part 2, we highlight the components of a value-based healthcare system and how Diabeter exemplifies them. In a value-based healthcare system, the overarching goal for
Diabeter

Transforming Diabetes Care into Value-Based Care Delivery

Part 1 of a three-part series about Medtronic and Diabeter, which Medtronic acquired in April 2015 as part of our vision to transform diabetes care so patients have greater freedom and better health. Diabetes represents one of the biggest challenges to the healthcare system given its exponential growth, the cost to manage the disease
Fitbit and Medtronic Partnership

Developing A New Tool with Fitbit for Simplified Type 2 Diabetes Management

Today we announced a partnership with Fitbit to integrate health and activity data into new CGM solutions for simplified type 2 diabetes management. This partnership brings together our sophisticated medical technology with the convenience of automatic activity tracking from Fitbit. Together we can provide meaningful insights into how exercise impacts glucose levels for more
Medtronic Turning Point

Medtronic Turning Point Program: Helping Healthcare Systems Manage At-Risk Diabetes Patients

The estimated medical costs of managing people diagnosed with diabetes in the United States is $176 billion and community hospitals carry more than 40% of that financial burden.[1] People with diabetes – particularly those with lower socioeconomic status or limited access to primary care – frequently seek care in hospital emergency departments (ED).[2],[3] When