Diabetes wearable devices are tools that give us flexibility at our fingertips when it comes to insulin delivery.
For years, the HbA1c test has been the gold standard of care for assessing a person's blood sugar levels over the previous three months.
Tubed or untethered - most (not all) of us living the subcutaneous insulin delivery life - a.k.a., wearing the Omnipod® System or another insulin pump - are privy to an idiosyncratic phenomenon that happens on occasion with a new infusion site.
Summer is finally here, and although it may feel different, there is still so much to do outside! Here are some friendly reminders of how to keep your Pod and PDM (Personal Diabetes Manager) running smoothly so you can enjoy yourself outdoors all summer long!
I love summer - Warm temps and longer days mean more time outdoors doing some of my absolutely favorite things.
For those of us who use insulin pumps, we need insulin delivery to be seamless. Interrupted delivery can mean a major change in blood sugar, and it often happens at times when we are not prepared.
Here at Podder Talk™ and in our diabetes social circles, we spend an enormous amount of time talking about blood sugar and diabetes management.
Since the launch of the Omnipod DASH™ System in Spring 2019, we have received many questions from the community regarding coverage. Here are some common questions and answers from our Market Access team.
In mid-2015 at the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE)’s annual conference, Insulet held the first Sex, Insulin, and Rock ‘N’ Roll live forum. No joke!
Late last summer, parts of the United States and Puerto Rico were devastated by extreme weather with Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and the California Wildfires.
Diabetes Camps for Children a Large Benefactor
As part of the Third Annual Pod Challenge which took place during National Diabetes Awareness Month, Insulet has donated over $40,000 to 27 charitable organizations supporting people with diabetes.