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Monthly Archive: June 2016

Cognitive Computing for Improved Diabetes Outcomes Part II – The Healthcare System

This post was inspired by an interview with Shahram Ebadollahi, PhD,Vice President, Innovation & Chief Science Officer at IBM Watson Health. In part I of the series, we learned how cognitive computing can play a role in everyday life for people with diabetes, but were left wondering what impact cognitive computing in diabetes management

Setting the Pace of Innovation

Our industry is changing and evolving at an unprecedented rate, which is why it is important for us to set the pace of innovation across several areas. Disruptive Innovation for Type 1 Diabetes Recently, we shared pivotal trial results for the first hybrid closed loop system. I am extremely excited to announce today that

Cognitive Computing for Improved Diabetes Outcomes Part I – The Consumer

This article was inspired by an interview with Shahram Ebadollahi, PhD, Vice President, Innovation & Chief Science Officer at IBM Watson Health. This is part one in a two-part series on cognitive computing in diabetes management. If data bytes were grains of rice, your body would generate enough during your life to cover Manhattan.[i]

Patient Care Enabled by Information Technology

For more than 30 years, Medtronic Diabetes has been known as an insulin pump and sensor company. While we have made great progress in improving outcomes and care for people with diabetes, we believe we can make a greater impact. This means changing our strategy. We are exploring new models of care, including integrated