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diabetes technology Archive

Partnering With IBM Watson Health To Develop Diabetes Solutions

Our progress to innovate diabetes solutions with our partner IBM Watson Health has yielded significant cooperative learning and discovery. Medtronic is also planning to leverage Watson technology to help patients, healthcare providers, and healthcare systems, from mobile applications to advancements in artificial pancreas technology, to transform diabetes care. Watch Jeff Ruiz, vice president, Diabetes

Innovator Interview: Enlite Improvements

“Continuous improvements are a part of our process and culture, and we will never lose this focus.” Meet Brian Kannard, a Senior Program Manager from our continuous glucose monitor (CGM) Research and Development team who focuses on product development. His current project: advancing the Enlite sensor platform. Q. What is your connection to diabetes?

7 Holiday Diabetes Management Tips

In the midst of all the holiday hustle and bustle, people with diabetes can have a mound of other stresses to contend with, such as blood sugar fluctuations as a direct result of a full calendar. Living with type 1 diabetes for over 25 years, MiniMed Ambassador, previous Medtronic Diabetes Clinical Manager and blogger

New Partnerships Help Us Fulfill Our Vision for Diabetes Care

You may know Medtronic as your trusted partner in diabetes devices, like an insulin pump and CGM systems, but we aspire to be – and do – much more. We are moving beyond pumps and sensors and broadening our strategy to be a more holistic diabetes company that meets more of your needs and

New Clinical Trial Brings Artificial Pancreas Closer

As part of our commitment to greater freedom and better health for people with diabetes, Medtronic has been advancing artificial pancreas research and development for decades. It’s a step-by-step process toward a very important goal: allowing people with diabetes to achieve better clinical outcomes, spend less time on their diabetes management, and more time