Author: Aaron Neinstein, MD

Published in an Online First this week by JAMIA was the extension of the original DiaTel study published in Diabetes Care in 2010.  The original study ran from 2005-2007, and patients were randomized to an "Active Care Management" (ACM) arm or a "Care Coordination" (CC) arm.  The...

From TechCrunch: "Misfit Wearables, a wearable computing startup from the founding team of mobile health company Agamatrix and former Apple chief executive John Sculley, just raised $7.6 million in a round co-led by Founders Fund. The other notable firm in the deal isn’t disclosed, but we hear through a...

Our team is continuing to gear up for May 16th Demo Day, hard at work refining our product.  Here is some information below for anybody interested about Demo Day:   http://www.datadesigndiabetes.com/blog/demo-day-2012/ Join us for the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge Demo Day! We can hardly contain our excitement...

There has been a lot of publicity lately over the two articles released as online firsts this week in the New England Journal of Medicine.  Both of these articles were single-center, randomized-controlled trials comparing bariatric surgery to intensive medical therapy in patients with type 2...