Monthly Archive: November 2016

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

Falling in Love with the MiniMed 630G System

In August, we launched the MiniMed 630G system in the U.S. Some of the first customers on the new system were employees, and among them is Naomi Ruperto, social community manager in Northridge, who has worked at Medtronic for more than seven years. This week, she shares her very positive experience with the new

Frank Buckley Interviews: MiniMed 670G System

KTLA 5 morning news, Frank Buckley, knows firsthand what it means to care for someone with type 1 diabetes. As Frank’s son’s endocrinologist, we discuss the challenges of diabetes, the innovation leading to the MiniMed 670G system approval, and what’s next. MiniMed® 670G System The Medtronic MiniMed 670G system requires a prescription and is