Obstacles in Adapting Diabetes Technology to Individual Needs


A diabetes expert investigates the personal factors impacting patients' adoption of diabetes devices and technologies, while concurrently exploring specific plan policies, wellness initiatives, and benefit designs that could most effectively and equitably enhance diabetes outcomes across diverse demographic groups.

  1. Beyond clinical appropriateness, what personal factors (e.g., technological literacy, financial concerns) might impact members' adoption of diabetes devices or technologies?
  2. What specific plan policies, wellness initiatives, or benefit design changes do you think could most effectively and equitably improve diabetes outcomes across different demographic groups within your covered population?
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