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Diabeter Wins Value-Based Healthcare Prize 2017

On May 11, 2017, the Value-Based Healthcare Center Europe awarded Diabeter with the Value-Based Healthcare Prize 2017. I am so proud of the work by the Diabeter team, and am not surprised that their hard work and innovative approach is being recognized. The Value-Based Healthcare Prize rewards projects that have adopted a fundamentally new

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

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

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

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

Expanding Diabetes Care Services with Canary Health

A Growing Epidemic More than 29 million people in the United States (US) live with diabetes, and an additional 86 million people are at risk for developing the disease.[i] Each year, pre-diabetes and diabetes costs $322 billion in the US.[i] It is clear we need an innovative and comprehensive approach to diabetes prevention and

Value-Based Healthcare: A New Approach to Diabetes Care

Value-based healthcare is driving change in the healthcare industry – emerging as a solution to rising healthcare costs, clinical inefficiency, and to make it easier for people to get the care they need. In the current fee-for-service model, healthcare providers are paid based on volume – number of patients seen, tests orders, and procedures